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Cipher provides regulatory update for CIP-TRAMADOL ER
Date:5/13/2008

Toronto Stock Exchange Symbol: DND

MISSISSAUGA, ON, May 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Cipher Pharmaceuticals Inc. (TSX: DND) today announced that a revised New Drug Application (NDA) has been submitted to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for CIP-TRAMADOL ER, its extended-release formulation of tramadol. In May 2007, the Company received an approvable letter from the FDA pertaining to its NDA for CIP-TRAMADOL ER.

Cipher's revised NDA includes data from additional pharmacokinetic studies conducted by the Company comparing CIP-TRAMADOL ER to Ultram(R) ER.

After considering feedback from the FDA appeal process and the results of the additional statistical sensitivity analysis of existing data suggested by the FDA, Cipher and its advisors concluded that submitting the revised NDA provided the most expeditious path to final regulatory approval.

Subject to FDA acceptance for filing, Cipher expects the review to be completed by October 2008. It is possible that the submission could trigger patent infringement litigation and a stay of up to 30 months under the Hatch-Waxman Act.

About Cipher Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Cipher Pharmaceuticals is a drug development company focused on commercializing novel formulations of successful, currently marketed molecules using advanced drug delivery technologies. Cipher's strategy is to in-license products that incorporate proven drug delivery technologies and advance them through the clinical development and regulatory approval stages, after which the products are out-licensed to international partners. Because Cipher's products are based on proven technology platforms applied to currently marketed drugs, they are expected to have lower approval risk, shorter development timelines and significantly lower development costs. The Company's lead compound, CIP-FENOFIBRATE, received final approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Health Canada in the first quart
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