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Alza Corporation (Invented nicotine patch): Alza Corporation of Palo Alto, CA is the Developer of Nicoderm brand nicotine patch, used to help people stop smoking.
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Alza Corporation of Palo Alto, CA is the Developer of Nicoderm brand nicotine patch, used to help people stop smoking. Nicoderm is marketed by Marion Merrell Dow, Inc. (Reuters 5/9/94).
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