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Grunenthal and AcelRx’s Zalviso approved in EU

Grunenthal and AcelRx’s Zalviso approved in EU

Zalviso is a non-invasive, handheld system that allows hospital patients to self-dose with sublingual sufenatil microtablets. ... delivery. AcelRx developed Zalviso and entered into a commercial collaboration with Grunenthal at the end of 2013.

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    It is our passion to help these patients.”. It is also investing in New Technical Entities (NTEs) which include new formulations and devices, acquiring Zalviso, a combination of a medical device

  • Pharma deals in September 2015 Pharma deals in September 2015

    PDL BioPharma is buying out the majority of the expected royalty stream from EU sales of AcelRX's phase III product, Zalviso for $65m. ... Royalty monetisation. 110. AcelRx Pharmaceuticals. PDL BioPharma. Zalviso sub-lingual formulation of sufentanil.

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