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  • n. An antiviral medication used to treat cytomegalovirus infections, converted to ganciclovir inside the body by intestinal and hepatic esterases.


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  • Dr. Montoya's team enrolled 30 patients with elevated levels of antibodies against Epstein-Barr virus and HHV-6, a herpes virus, in a trial and treated them with valganciclovir, an anti-viral medicine.

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  • Another AIDS-related drug made by Roche is valganciclovir.

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  • The study, involving 27 transplant patients (26 kidney transplant patients and 1 bone marrow transplant recipient), compared therapy using either one of two doses of AIC246 with standard of care, valganciclovir.

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  • Roche charges $10,000 for a four-month course of valganciclovir.

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  • Patent for Valganciclovir Set Aside in India; Could Mean More HIV-Positive People Saved From Blindness International medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) welcomes the ruling by the Madras High Court instructing India's patent office to hear the opponents to the patent application for valganciclovir by the pharmaceutical company Roche.

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  • IMPACT Study Showed Longer Valcyte (R) (valganciclovir hydrochloride tablets) Treatment Demonstrated Better Protection Against Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Disease One Year Post-Transplant - Business News

  • FDA Approves Valcyte (R) (valganciclovir hydrochloride) to Prevent Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Disease in Pediatric Patients Who Receive Heart or Kidney Transplants - Business News

  • Roche's Rupp says that "Currently, MSF is the only organization requesting purchase of Valcyte [Roche's brand name for valganciclovir] for such use in these countries.

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