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Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

A recently surfaced patent assigned to Intendis suggests that we might soon see a Tinted Finacea reach the market. According to the patent application, a tinted formulation of Finacea had improved anti-inflammatory effects compared to regular Finacea – “Surprisingly, it was found that there was a further marked reduction in cytokine release in the cultures […]

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While us in the rosacea world might consider products that are expensive while they are covered by exclusive patents, we are small fry in the drug market at large. Patents are due to shortly expire for Pfizer’s Liptor and Lilly’s Zyprexa. Lilly can expect a $3bn drop in revenue just from generic forms  of Zyprexa […]

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An update to the 2009 filing of the patent covering preparations of Ivermectin and Metronidazole has emerged at the USPTO Patent Application Site. That application was in turn a followup to the original French language application 0505918 from 2005. The patent covers many different combinations of ivermectin and metronidazole such as emulsion, cream, gel with […]

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Amneal Pharmaceuticals joins the Generic Oracea War

News today of yet another company in the courts fighting against Galderma for the right to make Generic Oracea. Amneal Pharmaceuticals, based in Gujarat, India, a producer of generic pharmaceuticals, has submitted an Abbreviated New Drug Application to the FDA. By doing so, Amneal Pharmaecuticals are seeking permission to market delayed release doxycycline 40mg for […]

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An unusual patent has surfaced that is suggesting the oral use of azelaic acid. Azelaic Acid is better known as the active ingredient in the topical finacea. This patent suggests an oral treatment that combines niacinamide with azelaic acid. The owner of the patent, Elorac is known from their recent trials of Carbamide Peroxide as […]

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