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Thread: 4AP to be approved by FDA by the end of the year

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJC View Post
    Would that mean Accorda pills might have less effectiveness if on the shelves for a little while post compounding?
    I would think there would be an expiration date on the bottle just like all prescription medication. The quick release formula does lose its potency faster. With these independent pharmacies compounding the drug, you are rolling the dice when it comes to quality control.

    You may want to take a look at this thread for more information on 4-AP and Fampridine-SR.
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    Dr. Young,

    Do you know if Acorda has established a manufacturer's suggested retail price, yet?

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    Senior Member Norm's Avatar
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    Is Acorda working on anything else for SCI?
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