IVAX Gets Final Approval for European Marketing of Paxene

September 1999
Worldwide Biotech;Sep99, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p2
Trade Publication
Reports the European Commission's signing a decision to grant a Marketing Authorization for IVAX Corp.'s propriety anti-cancer drug, Paxene (paclitaxel). Remarks from Phillip Frost, IVAX Corp. chairman; Details on IVAX 's Abbreviated New Drug Application pending in the United States for a generic form of Taxol; Preliminary results of IVAX's Paxoral.


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