Cerimon receives positive Phase II data on diclofenac patch
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Cerimon Pharmaceuticals' once-daily topical-patch formulation of the NSAID diclofenac gave significantly better average pain relief than placebo in ankle-sprain patients who carried out their daily activities in a Phase II trial, at the third day in the study.
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