Although one of the patents for Lotronex (alosetron) has expired, companies have not yet made a generic version of this drug. This may be because there is another patent for Lotronex, which won't expire until October 2018. Once the patent expires, a generic Lotronex product might become available. However, due to its restricted use, it may not be profitable for companies to make a generic version.
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