Merck Vioxx Single Daily Dose Could Save General Motors $350,000/Year
General Motors could save $350,000 annually if all prescriptions for Merck's Vioxx (rofecoxib) 12.5 mg twice-a-day tablets are switched to 25 mg once-a-day tablets.
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