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  • noun A particular drug used in chemotherapy.

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Examples

  • Hospira stopped selling oxaliplatin, which is used to treat late-stage colon cancer, at the end of June.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • The Indian generic drug maker has also received tentative U.S. regulatory approval for generic oxaliplatin injections, another cancer treatment with estimated annual U.S. sales of $1.4 billion.

    Strides Arcolab to Launch Cancer Treatment Injection in U.S.

  • As part of the settlements, the six drug makers will stop selling unauthorized versions of Eloxatin, whose generic name is oxaliplatin, in the U.S. between June 30, 2010 and Aug. 9, 2012, after which the companies can sell their products under license.

    Sanofi Settles More Eloxatin Patent Suits

  • As part of the settlements, the six drug makers will stop selling unauthorized versions of Eloxatin, whose generic name is oxaliplatin, in the U.S. between June 30, 2010 and Aug. 9, 2012, after which the companies can sell their products under license.

    Corporate Watch

  • As part of the settlements, the six drug makers will stop selling unauthorized versions of Eloxatin, whose generic name is oxaliplatin, in the U.S. between June 30, 2010 and Aug. 9, 2012, after which the companies can sell their products under license.

    Sanofi Settles More Eloxatin Patent Suits

  • Sanofi said it has also asked a court to prohibit Sun Pharmaceuticals from marketing a generic oxaliplatin product over the same period as the other companies.

    Sanofi Settles More Eloxatin Patent Suits

  • Sanofi said it has also asked a court to prohibit Sun Pharmaceuticals of India from marketing a generic oxaliplatin product over the same period as the other companies.

    Corporate Watch

  • As part of the settlements, the six drug makers will stop selling unauthorized versions of Eloxatin, whose generic name is oxaliplatin, in the U.S. between June 30, 2010 and Aug. 9, 2012, after which the companies can sell their products under license.

    Corporate Watch

  • As part of the settlements, the six drug makers will stop selling unauthorized versions of Eloxatin, whose generic name is oxaliplatin, in the U.S. between June 30, 2010 and Aug. 9, 2012, after which the companies can sell their products under license.

    Sanofi Settles More Eloxatin Patent Suits

  • Sanofi said it has also asked a court to prohibit Sun Pharmaceuticals of India from marketing a generic oxaliplatin product over the same period as the other companies.

    Corporate Watch

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