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Depomed and King terminate Glumetza agreement

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MENLO PARK, Calif. and BRISTOL, Tenn. Depomed and King Pharmaceuticals have terminated their promotional agreement for Glumetza, a drug used to treat Type 2 diabetes.

Under the agreement, King has paid Depomed $30 million in termination and other fees. King will fulfill its promotion obligations through the end of 2007 and Depomed will not pay a promotion fee to King for the quarter ending on Dec. 31.

Carl A. Pelzel, president and chief executive officer of Depomed said that, “Our joint efforts in launching Glumetza have demonstrated the product’s value to patients and its commercial potential. Discussions with potential new marketing partners for Glumetza are already underway. We are confident that we can identify a partner that will assist us in continuing to drive growth in the primary care, endocrinology and other key healthcare markets. In the meantime, a portion of the proceeds from this termination agreement will be earmarked for the continued marketing and promotion of Glumetza.”

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