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2008-08-01 12:01:08

Lupin Pharmaceuticals has received final approval for its abbreviated new drug application for divalproex sodium delayed-release tablets, 125mg, 250mg and 500mg from the FDA. Commercial shipments of the product have already commenced. Lupin's divalproex sodium delayed-release tablets are the AB-rated generic equivalent of Abbott Laboratories's Depakote tablets, indicated for the treatment of certain types of seizures and convulsions. It may be prescribed alone or with other epilepsy...

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2008-07-30 09:30:00

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first generic versions of a drug designed to treat seizures, bipolar disorders and migraine headaches. The FDA said the generic versions of the drug Depakote (divalproex sodium) will carry the same warnings as Depakote. Generic drugs undergo a rigorous scientific review to ensure that they will provide the patient with the same amount of high quality, safe and effective drug as the name brand product, said Gary Buehler, director of the...


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