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  • Reclast - known as Aclasta outside the United States - was already on the U.S. and European markets as a one-a-year therapy.

    Canadian Online Health News

  • Switzerland-based Novartis said the EU regulator approved Aclasta for the treatment of women with postmenopausal osteoporosis.

    Novartis Says Bone Drug Aclasta

  • Aclasta is given as a 15-minute infusion once a year, while established drugs of this type are taken orally, typically once a week or once a month.

    Novartis Says Bone Drug Aclasta

  • Gains European Union Approval Novartis AG said Friday that the European Union approved its bone drug Aclasta, a treatment that needs to be taken only once a year.

    Novartis Says Bone Drug Aclasta

  • Aclasta has been shown to reduce the risk of fractures in areas of the body typically affected by osteoporosis, including the spine, wrists and hips.

    Novartis Says Bone Drug Aclasta

  • These recently launched products - Exelon Patch, Exjade, Reclast/Aclasta Gilenya - now comprise 29% of division sales, compared to 22% in the same period last year.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Jimenez, however, said recently launched products such as eye medicine Lucentis and osteoporosis drug Aclasta, where sales jumped 59% and 45%, respectively, should develop into key growth drivers in the future.

  • Lucentis (ranibizumab) for the treatment of age-related macular degeneration shot up 64% to $374 million, while Reclast/Aclasta (zoledronic acid) for osteoporosis climbed 73% to $147 million.

    PharmaTimes World News

  • They include Aclasta, used to treat osteoporosis; Lucentis, an ophthalmology drug; and two hypertension drugs, Exforge and Tekturna.

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  • Reclast/Aclasta and Tekturna/Rasilez, are transforming the portfolio and provided USD 3.3 billion of net sales in the 2009 period.



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