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Able ANDA approvals withdrawn

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FDA withdraws approval of ten ANDAs held by Able effective Aug. 29. The move follows the agency's rejection of Able's proposal to return its products to market by re-validating product development data under existing ANDAs (1"The Pink Sheet" Aug. 22, 2005 In Brief)...

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