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The verdict, reached on February 16, capped a five-week trial in New Jersey Superior Court and follows a series of recent plaintiffs' wins here and elsewhere against Roche over allegations that Accutane was a cause of severe bowel maladies, chronic bowel disease, and in some cases removal of all or some of plaintiffs' colons and intestines.
For example, some students might say that they would not take a dangerous drug such as Accutane because the potential side effects are not worth the benefits (clearing up acre).
Nicknamed STEP, AAJ's fourth-largest section is made up of attorneys handling litigation involving a wide variety of pharmaceutical products, from Accutane to Zyprexa.
The FDA's listing will appear for searches for the drug under any of its four names, which include the Accutane brand name and generic versions Amnesteem, Claravis and Sotret.
Isoretinoin, marketed as Accutane in the US and Roaccutane in the UK, resolves acne in as many as 89% of patients.
A study has found Isoretinoin, marketed as Accutane in the US and Roaccutane in the UK, resolves acne in as many as 89% of patients.
The oral medication Accutane, known generically as isotretinoin, is one of the most popular ways to treat severe acne.
Under the new program, wholesalers of Accutane or the four currently approved generic equivalents will distribute isotretinoin only to pharmacies that have registered with the safety program and that continue to demonstrate ongoing compliance.
MAUI, HAWAII -- SMART, the new teratogenicity management program for Accutane, does not go far enough because too many of the provisions are voluntary, Dr.
The two lead Valocor programs were developed by QLT through mechanistic studies to produce anti-sebaceous gland effects comparable to Accutane with the goal of having minimal potential for systemic toxicity or fetal defects.
which has contracted with Roche, the manufacturer of Accutane, as well as with the manufacturers of generic isotretinoin.