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  • In a statement, Eli Lilly said it was pleased with the rulings, but that it will review its legal options regarding the ruling on the longer-term Evista patents.

    Court Backs Injunction Blocking Generic Versions of Lilly's Evista

  • However, both drugs increase blood clots and stroke risks relative to placebo, and Evista is not as good as Tamoxifen in preventing DCIS.

    Menopause News Round-Up

  • Bazedoxifene is a selective estrogen receptor modulator, or SERM, the same category as Eli Lilly & Co.'s Evista, which is approved to prevent and treat osteoporosis.

    Pfizer Set to Seek Aprela Nod

  • The Food and Drug Administration has approved two pills to prevent breast cancer in older women or those at high risk: tamoxifen, a standard of breast cancer therapy, and raloxifene, also known as Evista, commonly used to treat osteoporosis.

    Few women taking breast cancer prevention drugs

  • Raloxifene, an estrogen alternative introduced by Eli Lilly in 1997 under the brand name Evista, reduces the risk not only of fractures but of breast cancer.

    Reconsidering Hrt

  • As of April 2006, raloxifene which is sold under the brand name Evista had not been federally approved for use in preventing breast cancer.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • Both bisphosphonates, like Fosamax, Actonel, and Boniva, and raloxifene Evista, which is a selective estrogen receptor modulator or SERM, have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration to prevent bone loss and fractures.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • That suggests more high-risk women should consider taking raloxifene, also known as Evista, said Victor Vogel, main author of the study, presented Monday at the American Association of Cancer Research meeting in Washington. Top Stories

  • Under the law, a generic manufacturer infringes a patent by filing an ANDA to obtain approval for a generic drug product claimed by a valid and unexpired patent. raloxifene hydrochloride tablets, which is marketed under the brand name Evista® for the treatment and prevention of postmenopausal osteoporosis.

    Patent Baristas

  • Raloxifene, a designer estrogen sold under the brand name Evista, is one of the ones that’s used for strengthening bone, but it antagonizes another receptor that controls breast and uterine growth, as well as blood-vessel stability that relates to hot flashes.

    You Staying Young


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