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Patient Treatment for Bipolar Disorder Varies Depending on Doctor Specialty; Well Designed Clinical Trials May Be The Answer
Date:10/2/2007

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The report also finds that Seroquel has gained ground among both psychiatrists and PCPs as a first-line monotherapy and maintenance treatment. Seroquel captures 14.5% patient share first line, up 13.1% from just two years ago. Seroquel will continue to acquire patient share in all lines of therapy, largely owing to its first-in-class status among the antipsychotics to treat both mania and depression. Janssen's Risperdal and Eli Lilly's Zyprexa suffered the greatest losses, losing a combined 11.9% patient share first line over the same time period.

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