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“Lovenox, known generically as enoxaparin, is a rapid-acting version of heparin, the widely used blood thinner critical to millions of heart patients.”
“The rapid-acting heparin, which carries the generic name enoxaparin, serves an expanding market of consumers with heart disease and obesity-related diabetes.”
“Lovenox, a rapid-acting blood thinner, brought roughly $4 billion in sales to Sanofi in 2009.”
“The drug, also known by the generic name enoxaparin, is a rapid-acting form of heparin, a widely used blood thinner.”
“Momenta Pharmaceuticals Inc. sued Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., the world ' s largest generic-drug maker by sales, over patents related to the blockbuster rapid-acting heparin called enoxaparin.”
“Follow-up interviews and discussions reveal that this method of self-deliverance may be less traumatizing for family members than more rapid-acting methods, such as the ingestion of drugs.”
“I don't see much improvement in overall glucose control in many patients with the rapid-acting insulin taken at meals.”
“Since Momenta and Sandoz won FDA approval for their rapid-acting heparin in July, the drug ' s sales have topped $300 million.”
“Your hand-held miniaturized rapid-acting virus detector is ready.”
“Use of rapid-acting inhaled insulin will not replace the need to inject the hormone occasionally, the Food and Drug Administration said.”
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