December 2000
Worldwide Biotech;Dec2000, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p8
Trade Publication
Reports the Health Canada's approval of Avelox, an antibiotic designed by Bayer Inc. to rapidly treat patients suffering from common respiratory tract infections. Reports on the approval by Health Canada of the antibiotic Avelox(R), developed by Bayer Inc. Statement that Avelox was designed to rapidly treat patients suffering from common respiratory tract infections; Benefits of Avelox over other antibiotics; Comments of Philip Blake, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Healthcare Division, Bayer Inc.


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