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Galderma rolls out next-gen hair regrowth system

BY Gina Acosta

FT. WORTH, Texas — Galderma Laboratories is launching a new product that it says is a game-changer in the hair regrowth category.

Galderma is rolling out qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System and qilib Hair Health Reinforcement Biotin + Multivitamin Supplement. Leveraging the company’s expertise and history in skin health, the qilib portfolio features a dual action system to address hair thinning and hair loss. 

“The qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System is a game changer because it showed clinical results in both men and women in as early as 4 weeks,” says Amy McMichael, M.D., board-certified dermatologist and Professor and Chair of Dermatology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. “For men and women frustrated with their current hair loss treatments, I encourage them to try qilib and see for themselves what a difference it can make to their hair.”

The qilib system is made of up the Hair Regrowth Treatment, which contains clinically proven, prescription-strength minoxidil specifically formulated for men (5% minoxidil) or women (2% minoxidil), and the Hair Revitalizing Solution formulated with natural botanicals. The Hair Regrowth Treatment works by helping to awaken and restore dormant hair follicles so new hair can grow again, while the qilib Hair Revitalizing Solution nourishes the skin of the scalp with natural botanical ingredients, vitamin C, proteins, lipids and antioxidants. When used as directed, 70% of male and more than 75% of female participants were “satisfied with overall improvement” at 12 weeks of use. Both the Hair Regrowth Treatment and the Hair Revitalizing Solution come in an easy-to-use spray bottle.

“Delivering innovative solutions to improve people’s health and self-confidence is a core value at Galderma,” says Miles Harrison, president and GM of Galderma Laboratories, L.P. “Qilib’s launch embodies our pioneering approach to address skin care issues, including those associated with the hair and scalp, with solutions backed by science. The millions of sufferers of thinning hair and hair loss have had limited options that work, but now, qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System is available to provide fast, visible results in as little as 4 weeks.”

The Qilib Hair Health Reinforcement Biotin + Multivitamin Supplement is made up of 5,000 mcg biotin, a key ingredient to help support healthy hair and scalp, and multiple vitamins, including the daily recommended dose of Vitamins B12, C, D3, E.1 Developed in partnership with, and tested by dermatologists, both qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System and qilib Hair Health Reinforcement Biotin + Multivitamin Supplement are suitable for any hair type.

The qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System  has a suggested retail price of $45.99 for a one month supply and the Qilib Hair Health Reinforcement Biotin + Multivitamin Supplement has a suggested retail price of $9.99 for 30 tablets and $16.99 for 90 tablets and is currently available in CVS, Walgreen’s, Target, Amazon.com, Drugstore.com, and will soon be offered at Walmart. 

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PhRMA, National Osteoporosis Foundation team on pipeline report

BY David Salazar
WASHINGTON — The National Osteoporosis Foundation and the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America have teamed up on a new report covering the current state of the pipeline for osteoporosis drugs. 
 
The study found that there are currently nine medicines being developed, including five for postmenopausal osteoporosis, two for drug-induced osteoporosis and two specifically for men with osteoporosis. Additionally, there are 34 ongoing clinical trials studying osteoporosis treatments. 
 
“We are pleased to see that there continues to be progress made in the development of treatments for osteoporosis, but as our aging population continues to grow, there is more work to be done for patients,” PhRMA president and CEO Stephen J. Ubl said. “With 3 million bone fractures expected a year by 2025, biopharmaceutical companies are committed to advancing osteoporosis research and discovering new treatment options to help patients live longer, healthier lives.”
 
Osteoporosis affects nearly 54 million Americans, and by 2030 that number is expected to grow to more than 71 million people. Osteoporosis-caused broken bones affect half of women and a quarter of men over the age of 50. 
 
“We are encouraged by advancements in the research and development of treatments for osteoporosis,” National Osteoporosis Foundation president Dr. Robert F. Gagel. “New treatments and prevention efforts provide hope for a future in which fewer Americans suffer from the pain and disability this disease causes.”
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TherapeuticsMD launches Rx prenatal that’s certified vegan and certified kosher

BY Michael Johnsen
BOCA RATON, Fla. – TherapeuticsMD recently announced the launch of vitaMedMD's newest prescription prenatal multivitamin, vitaTrue, adding to its prenatal line consisting of vitaPearl, vitaMedMD One Rx, vitaMedMD Plus Rx and vitaMedMD RediChew Rx. 
 
VitaTrue offers women with vegan or kosher preferences and who are planning a pregnancy, pregnant or nursing a complete prenatal multivitamin without compromises. "VitaMedMD has once again listened and responded to the needs of women and the healthcare community for comprehensive nutritional support in the prenatal space, specifically creating a prenatal vitamin that is both certified vegan and certified kosher," stated Jason Spitz, VP marketing, TherapeuticsMD. "Like all vitaMedMD prenatal vitamins, vitaTrue is gluten-free, lactose-free and sugar-free.  Additionally, vitaTrue is fish-free and gelatin-free."
 
VitaTrue contains 16 vitamins and minerals, including 40% more folic acid than the leading prescription prenatal vitamins, and 300 mg of vegan, plant-based DHA. 
 
 
 
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