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Clopidogrel Bisulfate, also known as the brand name anticoagulant medication Plavix, continues to impress with its safety profile. A study released at the end of March 2013 revealed that patients set to undergo percutaneous coronary intervention could successfully continue their regimen of Clopidogrel during this time. Caution was extended from the study investigators, which took[…]

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Tadalafil, also known as Cialis, is making headlines in pharmaceutical news. A study released on March 18, 2013 touted the use of tadalafil alongside finasteride for sizably improving scores for men on the International Prostate Symptom Score. Marketed by Eli Lilly, the patent for Cialis expires on November 21, 2017. The study, which was revealed[…]

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Is Testosterone a potential preventative treatment for type 2 diabetes? Researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australia are hopeful that their latest research will be the kick-start for trials of testosterone as a preventative for this encompassing from of diabetes. Results from early stages of this current study, which were discussed at the 10th[…]

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As a blockbuster medication used to treat schizophrenia, Aripiprazole CAS# 129722-12-9 has recently been approved by the FDA as a once a month treatment. Marketed by Otsuka and Bristol-Myers Squibb, this monthly dosage of aripiprazole will be sold under the name Abilify Maintena. Aripiprazole is a solid and reliable long-acting antipsychotic medication, and this FDA[…]

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Gabapentin, also known as Neurontin, has long been a stable and effective treatment for patients who experience seizures, certain forms of epilepsy and pain from shingles. New research has indicated another effectual use for Gabapentin, CAS 60142-96-3, as a treatment to help combat symptoms of severe morning sickness. Known as hyperemesis gravidarum, this extreme form[…]

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On January 15, 2013 Santarus, Inc. announced that the FDA had approved Budesonide, as the brand name Ulceris, for the induction of remission in patients with mild, moderate and active forms of ulcerative colitis. As an extended release tablet, this new indication approval of budesonide is a vital and novel therapeutic option for patients. Adult[…]

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On November 14th, 2012 Zomig went off-patent, opening the door for generic versions of this formidable product. As an efficacious treatment for patients suffering from migraines with or without auras, zolmitriptan is also known as Zomig, marketed by AstraZeneca. Offered in both oral and orally disintegrating tablets, in 2.5 or 5 milligram tablets, zolmitriptan has[…]

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Dorzolamide Hydrochloride is an eye drop indicated for the treatment of ocular hypertension and open angle glaucoma. Also known by the trade names Trusopt and Cosopt, Dorzolamide Hydrochloride works by inhibiting the isoenzyme carbonic anhydrase, also termed CA-II. This inhibition helps to decrease the amount of fluid made within the eye, thus decreasing pressure in the affected[…]

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In developed nations, between 20-40 percent of adults experience heartburn on a regular basis. Heartburn is characterized by a burning sensation that rises from the stomach towards the chest and neck. It has often been mistaken as angina, a symptom of heart attack. Heartburn is the primary symptom of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). When left[…]

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LGM Pharma Acquires CDMO

On July 27, 2020, LGM Pharma announced its acquisition of the formulation development and drug product contract manufacturing business of Nexgen Pharma, Inc. We’re working to update our website to reflect the exciting, expanded CDMO capabilities and services we now can offer you.

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