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Rare disease therapies head the ‘class of 2015’

Rare disease therapies head the ‘class of 2015’

maintaining the high output from pharma industry pipelines of the last few years. ... Kythera Biopharma created a new therapeutic category in the pharma/cosmetic area with Kybella (deoxycholic acid), the first drug for reducing double chin, while Sprout

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  • Valeant swoops on Sprout to claim female sexual disorder drug Valeant swoops on Sprout to claim female sexual disorder drug

    The ink was barely dry on the FDA's approval of Sprout Pharma's controversial 'little pink pill' Addyi before Valeant announced a $1bn deal to buy the company. ... The Sprout deal comes after its $11bn purchase of gastrointestinal drug specialist Salix

  • FDA panel backs Sprout Pharma's 'female Viagra' FDA panel backs Sprout Pharma's 'female Viagra'

    Could be approved for HSDD in pre-menopausal women. Sprout Pharmaceuticals has moved a step closer to securing approval for a drug to treat reduced libido in women after getting a ... drug. Sprout acquired rights to the programme in 2011 and says it

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