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Wyeth Launch Of Effexor Follow-On May Await Low-Dose Data

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Wyeth may postpone launch of its investigational antidepressant DVS-233 (desvenlafaxine extended release) while it collects data on a lower dose of the Effexor follow-on, pending the resolution of manufacturing issues

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