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Methylin Chewable Tablets Return To Market For ADHD

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Alliant Pharmaceuticals has returned the only chewable tablet for the treatment of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children to the market. The company announced the availability of Methylin (methylphenidate) tablets June 6

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