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Sunovion Sees Advantage For Aptiom As Unscheduled Epilepsy Drug

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Dainippon subsidiary plans to launch its next-generation version of carbamazepine in the second half of 2014. Lack of classification as a controlled substance means more direct access to prescribers, company says.

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