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Shire claims FDA approval for slow-cooked ADHD drug

Shire claims FDA approval for slow-cooked ADHD drug

Formerly known as SHP465, Mydayis has been approved to treat ADHD in children aged over 13 and adults, as in younger patients it has higher rates of adverse reaction such as

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  • Shire launches long-acting ADHD drug Intuniv in UK Shire launches long-acting ADHD drug Intuniv in UK

    While Intuniv remains an important ADHD product for Shire, the company's main near-term ambition in the category is securing approval for SHP465, a mixed amphetamine salt product that it

  • Shire pitching at adult ADHD product launch in 2017 Shire pitching at adult ADHD product launch in 2017

    Shire wants to develop a drug called SHP465 (triple-bead mixed amphetamine salts) for adult ADHD, but to satisfy the FDA will have to first carry out a trial of the ... SHP465 will provide 16 hours cover from a single tablet, extending from the morning

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