Aurobindo Pharma’s vet drug gets US FDA approval

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Aurobindo Pharma’s vet drug gets US FDA approval

Postby maverick » Mon Jun 01, 2009 10:48 pm

The pharmaceutical company of India, Aurobindo Pharma announced on Friday that its US-based joint venture firm – Cephazone Pharma LLC – has gained US approval for its anti-bacterial veterinary drug.

The Hyderabad-based drug manufacturer Aurobindo Pharma claimed that the US Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicines has approved Cephazone Pharma’s Abbreviated New Animal Drug Application (ANDA) – “Ceftiofur Sodium Sterile Powder”.

The Ceftiofur Sodium Sterile Powder is the generic version of Pfizer's Naxcel. The drug is used for the treatment of several bacterial infections in animals including dogs, swine, horses and cattle.
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Re: Aurobindo Pharma’s vet drug gets US FDA approval

Postby kabina » Mon Jan 18, 2010 1:20 pm

What's the difference between the FDA and the AMA when it comes to approving diet pills? Heard a recent news report that there's a diet pill that has been approved by the FDA for the first time. How have previous diet pills made it to store shelves w/o FDA approval??
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