Pfizer Zoloft mail-order expansion outpaces retail growth -- IMS data.
PFIZER ZOLOFT 29% GROWTH IN MAIL-ORDER SCRIPTS is faster than the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor's growth at the retail level, according to data presented by IMS America VP-Field Services Douglas Long at the American Managed Care Pharmacy Association's annual meeting Oct. 27 in San Antonio. Figures for the first half of 1996 indicate that Zoloft ranks fifth on a dollar basis in the retail setting, while the antidepressant is not among the top five in mail order.
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