When will Pramipexole dihydrochloride be available for public use in generic form?

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1 Sep 2009

Not really sure about this one. The FDA granted approval for generic pramipexole to Barr Pharmaceuticals, Inc. back in February 2008. But then there were issues with the patent for Mirapex (the branded pramipexole) and a trial... and then Barr was bought out by Teva... so might be a while yet.

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