Investigational drug helps opioid-induced constipation

10/25/2012 | MedPage Today

The investigational opioid antagonist drug TD-1211 eased opioid-induced constipation for chronic pain patients compared with a placebo, researchers told a gastroenterology conference. The effect lasted for at least three weeks and the drug did not interfere with the pain medication.

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