FDA approves Shire's Vyvanse for ADHD

02/24/2007 | MSNBC

Shire PLC says the amphetamine-based drug is meant to supplant its top-selling Adderall XR when that drug goes off patent in 2009. Shire says it believes a new formulation, which makes the drug inactive unless swallowed, will curtail potential abuse of the drug.

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