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Teva Zecuity's Safety: Burns Go From Non-Issue In Label To Product Puller

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Fate of migraine patch remains uncertian after 'large number' of patients suffer burns and scars; adverse event was issue during review of transdermal sumatriptan product, but didn't even make it into labeling; nine months later the problems have forced Teva to suspend marketing.

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