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PEAPACK, N.J. — Greenstone has launched an authorized generic version of a drug used to treat cholesterol.
Greenstone, the generics arm of Pfizer, announced the launch of authorized generic atorvastatin calcium tablets in the 10 mg, 20 mg, 40 mg and 80 mg strengths, in bottle sizes ranging from 90 to 1,000. The drug is a version of the parent company's cholesterol drug Lipitor.
An authorized generic is a brand marketed under its generic name at a reduced price.
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