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Cevimeline: Oral capsule

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Cevimeline 30mg Capsule
Hikma Pharmaceuticals USA Inc.
Pill Identification: 54 190 54 190 
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Cevimeline 30mg Capsule
Pack Pharmaceuticals, LLC, a subsidiary of Rising Pharmaceuticals
Pill Identification: P 657 P 657 
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Cevimeline 30mg Capsule
American Health Packaging
Pill Identification: EVOXAC 30 mg 
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Cevimeline 30mg Capsule
Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Inc, a Sun Pharma Company
Pill Identification: EVOXAC 30 mg 

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CEVIMELINE (se VIM e leen) helps increase saliva and decrease dry mouth in patients with Sjogren's syndrome.

Similar Brand Name Drugs : Evoxac: Oral capsule

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