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Wyeth Highlighting PMS Symptom Reduction For Lybrel Contraceptive

Executive Summary

Wyeth is emphasizing improvement in menstrual cycle-related symptoms as a central benefit of its pending continuous-use regimen oral contraceptive Lybrel

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