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Zyprexa Ekes Out Narrow Lead In Schizophrenia Study, But Efficacy Is Offset By Side Effects

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Executive Summary

CATIE study finds no significant difference in effectiveness between conventional antipsychotic perphenazine and three atypicals: AstraZeneca’s Seroquel, J&J’s Risperdal and Pfizer’s Geodon.

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