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GSK Begins Detailing Xenical Ahead Of OTC Switch Opportunity

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GlaxoSmithKline's Consumer Healthcare division will detail the weight-loss therapy, focusing on diabetes risk reduction data recently added to labeling. Xenical was last detailed by Roche in November 2003. The Rx-to-OTC application is planned for mid-year.

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