FDA Approves Vivitrol (naltrexone) for the Treatment for Alcohol Dependence
Vivitrol is a microsphere formulation of the opioid antagonist naltrexone administered once-monthly for the treatment of alcohol dependence.
Posted: April 2006
- FDA Approves Vivitrol to Treat Opioid-dependent Patients - October 13, 2010
- Alkermes Announces Submission of Complete Response to FDA for Vivitrol New Drug Application - February 17, 2006
- FDA Issues Approvable Letter for Vivitrol (formerly Vivitrex), for the Treatment of Alcohol Dependence - December 28, 2005
- FDA Extends PDUFA Date for Vivitrex to December 30, 2005 - September 20, 2005
- Alkermes Announces Priority Review Granted For Vivitrex (Naltrexone Long-Acting Injection) NDA Submission - May 27, 2005
- Alkermes Announces Submission of New Drug Application for Vivitrex for Treatment of Alcohol Dependence - April 1, 2005
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