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Otsuka and Lundbeck’s newly approved long-acting antipsychotic Abilify Maintena enters a sub-sector of the anti-psychotic market dominated by Johnson & Johnson for the last decade, but the new competitor may be able to gain ground by helping to grow the patient population.
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