Lodrane D Is Now Being Produced By Elite Pharmaceuticals!

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Elite Pharmaceuticals is now releasing Lodrane D. Here is their press release:

ELITE PHARMACEUTICALS AND ECR PHARMACEUTICALS LAUNCH LODRANE D ALLERGY PRODUCT

Northvale, New Jersey, Tuesday, September 27, 2011: Elite Pharmaceutical, Inc.'s ("Elite" or the "Company") (OTCBB: ELTP) and ECR Pharmaceuticals (ECR) a wholly owned subsidiary of Hi-Tech Pharmacal (Hi-Tech) announced today the launch of Lodrane D. Lodrane D is an immediate release formulation of brompheniramine maleate and pseudoephedrine HCl, an effective, low-sedating antihistamine combined with a decongestant.

Lodrane D will be promoted and distributed in the US by ECR, Hi-Tech's branded division. The product will be available over-the-counter but will also have physician promotion. Lodrane D is one of the only adult brompheniramine containing products available to the consumer.

Elite will manufacture the product for ECR and will receive revenues for the manufacturing, packaging, and laboratory stability study services for this product, as well as royalties on sales. The current U.S. allergy market exceeds $3.5 billion.

"ECR and Elite have continued to work diligently to provide a Lodrane product to US consumers. With this launch, we have accomplished this and look forward, in conjunction with our partner ECR, to rebuilding this important allergy-relief franchise., said Jerry Treppel, Chairman and CEO at Elite. We also look to continue to build and leverage Elite's technologies through our product pipeline, partnerships and ventures as we continue to systematically meet the milestones we have set for ourselves."



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Lorraine Says:

I need to find out if the Lodrane 24 will be coming back? The Lodrane D didn't have the same impact for me. I cannot breathe through my nose, I was told surgery was my only option. By chance I was given samples of Lodrane 24 by my doctor when I had a sinus infection. The next morning, I woke to be able to breathe through my nose for the first time in my life (more than 50 years) My doctor prescribed Lodrane D, but it had no effect at all! How can that be? Since Lodrane 24 has been off the market I have tried all the other OTC allergy meds but nothing has worked, so I am back to not being able to breathe again. Please bring back the Lodrane 24, it changed my life.

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Same here. There is nothing like Lodrane. Taking several Orc allergy medications at once doesn't prevent my recurrent sinus infections and ear pain that Lodrane once prevented and resolved. Life is miserable without this one medication in my daily regimine.

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