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Week of Mon, Aug 6th, 2012

Bristol-Myers wraps up Amylin acquisition

Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. has completed its acquisition of Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Perrigo launches opioid pain medication

Perrigo Co. has received final approval from the Food and Drug Administration for its abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) for morphine sulfate 100ml/5% oral solution.

Catalina Health looks to make Rx information clearer

Catalina Health is launching a quality improvement initiative that aims to provide patients with clearer medication information when they pick up prescriptions at the pharmacy.

Wet Ones lends a hand to teachers

Energizer Personal Care's Wet Ones brand is supporting TeacherLists.com, a new free service that aims to help America's classrooms stay fully stocked with supplies.

Qualitest releases Singulair generic

Qualitest Pharmaceuticals has launched montelukast sodium tablets and chewable tablets, indicated for treating the symptoms of asthma and allergic rhinitis.

SensatioNail unveils gel polish removal kit, tool

Pacific World Corp.'s SensatioNail nail care brand has rolled out the SensatioNail Gel Polish Removal Kit and Gel Polish Removal Tool.

CoverGirl signs up P!nk

Rock singer P!nk has become the latest in a long line of CoverGirls.

Sandoz rolls out generic of Dovonex Cream

Sandoz has introduced in the United States its first-to-file calcipotriene cream (.005%), a topical medication for psoriasis.

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