"Until now, no FDA approved treatment options were available in the U.S. for people with neuropathic pain associated with spinal cord injury, a condition which can be extremely disabling," said Steven J. Romano, MD, senior vice president and head of the medicines development group of Pfizer's global primary care business unit. "The approval of Lyrica for this indication is a significant milestone."
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