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a potent androgenic hormone produced chiefly by the testes

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In the case of AndroGel, three generic companies were seeking to invalidate the patent held by Solvay Pharmaceuticals, which in turn sued the generic manufacturers.
In May 2003, Watson submitted an Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) seeking approval to market a generic version of AndroGel.
AndroGel, which received US regulatory approval last month, will be available over here by the autumn.
Food and Drug Administration to market Androgel (testosterone gel).
Bart is currently evaluating cases that involve some of the most commonly prescribed testosterone therapies such as Androgel, Androderm, Android 10, Axiron, Depo-Testosterone, Bio-T-Gel, Delatestryl, Fortesta, Striant, Testim and Testopel.
Voskuhl, along with Nancy Sicotte, MD, and colleagues at UCLA reported that administering Androgel (testosterone gel applied to the skin) to 10 men with relapsing-remitting MS for one year resulted in significant improvements in cognitive function, and in slowing brain tissue loss.
5 mg Androxal, 25 mg Androxal, Androgel and placebo groups, respectively, that met the baseline testosterone criteria and completed three months of the study.
the manufacturer of one of the most-used testosterone treatment drugs, has revised the product label for its AndroGel testosterone gel 1% in response to the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) order that manufacturers must warn consumers about heart attack and stroke risks associated with testosterone replacement therapies.
5 percent of men using AndroGel, compared with 66 percent of men using the patch.
The prospect that taking testosterone can cause liver damage and speed the development of prostate cancer is unlikely to slow sales of the drug, called AndroGel.
A study funded by the National MS Society's Initiative on Gender Differences in MS showed that applying AndroGel (a testosterone gel) to the skin of 10 men with relapsing-remitting MS for one year improved cognitive function and slowed brain tissue loss.
FDA-approved AndroGel puts testosterone into the body by massaging it into the stomach, shoulders, or upper arms.
We have to assume that there was some cross-contamination between the Androgel (170 000 nmol/ sachet) and the EQUAS sample.
Overall the safety of Androxal was very similar to that of Androgel and placebo.