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  • proper noun trademark orlistat

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  • The drug is now available with a prescription under the name Xenical, but it still needs to win FDA approval, and that would be a first.

    CNN Transcript Jan 24, 2006

  • Currently there is just one prescription drug on the market for long-term weight loss: Roche's Xenical, which is not widely used.

    Drugmaker revives obesity pill rejected by FDA

  • Currently there is just one prescription drug on the market for long-term weight loss: Roche's Xenical, which is not widely used.

    'Most Promising' New Diet Drug Rejected by FDA

  • Currently there is just one prescription drug on the market for long-term weight loss: Roche's Xenical, which is not widely used.

    'Most Promising' New Diet Drug Rejected by FDA

  • Alli is a weaker, nonprescription version of the prescription drug Xenical, which is marketed by Roche Holding AG.

    Glaxo to Shed Its OTC Diet Drug, Alli

  • The drug orlistat (also known as Xenical) and its over-the-counter smaller size (Alli) work by inhibiting the digestion of fat—specifically by blocking the enzyme lipase, which is responsible for breaking down dietary fats to prepare them for bile and absorption.

    You: On a Diet

  • The drug orlistat (also known as Xenical) and its over-the-counter smaller size (Alli) work by inhibiting the digestion of fat—specifically by blocking the enzyme lipase, which is responsible for breaking down dietary fats to prepare them for bile and absorption.

    You: On a Diet

  • The drug orlistat (also known as Xenical) and its over-the-counter smaller size (Alli) work by inhibiting the digestion of fat—specifically by blocking the enzyme lipase, which is responsible for breaking down dietary fats to prepare them for bile and absorption.

    You: On a Diet

  • This is the over-the-counter version of a drug known as Xenical, which has been out since 1999.

    CNN Transcript Feb 8, 2007

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