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Shire separates out neuroscience as it considers its future

Shire separates out neuroscience as it considers its future

The company’s new neuroscience division will look to build on its ADHD heritage and newer products like Intuniv, Vyvanse and Mydayis, the latter of which was recently launched in the

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  • Shire claims FDA approval for slow-cooked ADHD drug Shire claims FDA approval for slow-cooked ADHD drug

    top ADHD seller Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) - which pulled in $2bn in sales last year, a rise of 17% and added another $563m in the first quarter. ... Vyvanse remains under patent challenge from would-be generic rivals, but so far Shire has

  • Shire pitching at adult ADHD product launch in 2017 Shire pitching at adult ADHD product launch in 2017

    Breaking into the adult ADHD - as well as a sideways move into binge-eating disorder with paediatric ADHD therapy Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) - could eventually double sales of Shire's psychiatric portfolio by

  • Monica Seles to front Shire’s binge eating disorder campaign Monica Seles to front Shire’s binge eating disorder campaign

    Shire recently won the first approval in the US for a medicine to help people with binge eating disorder with FDA backing for Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate). ... Vyvanse's efficacy in the treatment of binge eating was shown in two clinical trials

  • Shire gets FDA nod for first binge-eating treatment Shire gets FDA nod for first binge-eating treatment

    Vyvanse already available as ADHD treatment. Shire's big-selling Vyvanse brand has become the first drug approved in the US to help people with binge-eating disorder. ... The approval of Vyvanse provides physicians and patients with an effective option

  • Shire reaches $56.5m US marketing malpractice settlement Shire reaches $56.5m US marketing malpractice settlement

    The allegations included its attention deficit disorder (ADHD) drugs Adderall XR and Vyvanse. ... Vyvanse sales amounted to $359.5m, 25% of the company's total revenue during the period.

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  • Challenging perceptions Challenging perceptions

    However, with attention deficit hyperactivity disease (ADHD) treatment Vyvanse accounting for more than a quarter of its revenues it's clear that, even after its combination with Baxalta is completed, neuroscience ... Meanwhile, the US also has the

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