Estetrol Approvals Mark 'Turning Point' For Mithra
Also Plans Further Launches Of Myring Generic Rival To NuvaRing
Recent Canadian, European and US endorsements of Mithra’s estetrol-based Estelle novel oral contraceptive mark a “turning point” for the Belgian firm, which has also seen success with its Myring generic rival to NuvaRing for which it expects to see further launches this year.
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Neuraxpharm has appoints Viatris’ head of finance in Germany as its new commercial central region officer and country manager to strengthen its position in the German market, while Stada has hired a new head of consumer health in Germany. Meanwhile, the AAM has made multiple key appointments and Hyloris, Siegfried and Mayne Pharma have made top-level additions.
Mithra’s combined oral contraceptive Estelle includes estetrol, the first compound in the contraceptive area to be designated a new active substance in Europe in over 80 years.