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Allegra-D Joins ‘Common Cold’ Club In OTC Antihistamine Market

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Allegra-D has competed in the OTC antihistamine space without including “relief of nasal congestion due to the common cold” in its indications since its 2011 launch through Sanofi’s Chattem business.

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