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Claritin for OTC allergy relief

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Almost half (42%) of allergy-sufferers surveyed intend to purchase Schering-Plough's Claritin (loratadine) when it is available OTC, according to study by market research firm Ipsos PharmTrends. Results indicate Claritin "would displace all other OTC and Rx drugs as the preferred remedy," since current OTC category leader, Pfizer Consumer Healthcare's Benadryl, was used by about 32% of allergy sufferers interviewed. Ipsos predicts S-P's successful DTC brand awareness campaign will "carry into the OTC arena, placing incremental pressure" on competing drugs; firm found 91% of allergy sufferers have heard of Claritin. Survey involved random sample of 1,000 adults nationwide...

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