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New therapeutic agents marketed in 2022: Part 2
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New therapeutic agents marketed in 2022: Part 2

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Daniel A. Hussar, PhD

Daniel A. Hussar, PhD, is Dean Emeritus and Remington Professor Emeritus at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Philadelphia.

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Part 1 (Pharmacy Today, March 2023) of this series on new FDA-approved therapeutic agents marketed in 2022 reviewed four new drugs: tirzepatide (Mounjaro—Lilly), daridorexant hydrochloride (Quviviq—Idorsia), tenapanor hydrochloride (Ibsrela—Ardelyx), and vonoprazan fumarate in copackaging with amoxicillin as well as amoxicillin and clarithromycin (Voquezna—Phathom).

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