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Prostrakan and Bayer Schering enter testosterone partnership

UK speciality pharmaceutical company ProStrakan has announced that it has granted Bayer Schering an exclusive license to develop and commercialise its testosterone gel

UK speciality pharmaceutical company ProStrakan has announced that it has granted Bayer Schering an exclusive license to develop and commercialise its testosterone gel, Tostran in 65 countries worldwide.

Tostran is a testosterone gel indicated for testosterone replacement therapy in men with hypogonadism, a condition where the testes fail to produce androgen and/or sperm.

Under the terms of the agreement, Bayer Schering will make an undisclosed upfront payment to ProStraken, which will be followed by milestone payments subject to certain approvals and sales targets being met.

Dr Wilson Totten, ProStrakan's chief executive, said: “Outlicensing Tostran to Bayer Schering Pharma in these territories is in line with our strategy of capitalising on the value of our products in parts of the world that are non-core for ProStrakan. In Bayer Schering Pharma, we have a worthy and sizeable partner with a deep understanding of the testosterone replacement market who is well-placed to bring this product to clinicians in each of these territories.”

Tostran is currently marketed in Europe under several brand names including Tostran, Tostrex and Itnogen. The product will be branded Fortigel in the US.

27th November 2008

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