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Caffeine analgesic adjuvancy with acetaminophen absent in Bristol-Myers data -- McNeil.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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CAFFEINE ANALGESIC ADJUVANCY NOT SHOWN BY BRISTOL-MYERS SUBMISSION, McNEIL maintains in a recent filing with FDA. The J&J unit is continuing to challenge Bristol-Myers Squibb's attempts to prove that caffeine is effective as an analgesic adjuvant with acetaminophen. Specifically, McNeil maintained that there are "serious carryover effects present in the Bristol-Myers Squibb data and their headache studies do not demonstrate caffeine's adjuvancy when combined with acetaminophen."
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