Novartis Is Confident In Prexige’s Prospects Despite Arcoxia AC Debacle
Novartis is confident its COX-2 inhibitor Prexige does not raise the same safety concerns cited by an FDA advisory committee in recommending against approval of Merck's COX-2 agent Arcoxia
You may also be interested in...
Merck's COX-2 inhibitor Arcoxia requires significant additional clinical safety and efficacy evaluation prior to approval, members of FDA's Arthritis Drugs Advisory Committee said in recommending against approval of the Vioxx follow-on for treatment of osteoarthritis
Novartis is emphasizing that the removal of Zelnorm from the market is a suspension rather than a withdrawal
Novartis plans to resubmit Prexige (lumiracoxib) in the U.S. in the first half of 2007; approval of the oral COX-2 inhibitor in the European Union and Canada for treatment of osteoarthritis symptoms was announced Nov. 7