FDA approves Watson's pain patch

Succeeding where others failed, Watson Pharmaceuticals got the FDA go-ahead to sell a generic version of Johnson & Johnson's Duragesic pain patch. With the patch, Watson will be jumping into a $1.2 billion market now divided among Duragesic and several other generic competitors.

- check out the release on the approval

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