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MyHep All launched by Mylan in India

27 July 2017 | News

It is a fixed-dose combination of Velpatasvir 100 mg/Sofosbuvir 400 mg Tablets

Source: Pixabay

Source: Pixabay

Subsidiary of Mylan N.V, Mylan Pharmaceuticals Private Limited subsidiary of Mylan N.V. has announced the launch of Velpatasvir 100 mg/Sofosbuvir 400 mg Tablets under the brand name MyHep All™ in India. 

It is a fixed-dose combination tablet indicated for the treatment of chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in adults, including all six major HCV genotypes.

A Velpatasvir 100 mg /Sofosbuvir 400 mg combination product is currently sold by Gilead Sciences in other markets under the brand name EPCLUSA.

HCV is a bloodborne virus commonly transmitted through unsafe injection practices, inadequate sterilization of medical equipment, and the transfusion of unscreened blood and blood products.It  can cause both acute and chronic infections. Approximately 55–85% of those infected will develop chronic HCV infection. People with chronic HCV infection are often undiagnosed because the infection can remain asymptomatic for decades. In many instances, symptoms develop because of serious liver damage.

Rajiv Malik, President, Mylan said, "Chronic hepatitis C is a significant public health burden in India. When we launched Mylan’s Hepato Care division in January 2015, we did so to increase access to critical, life-saving medicines for patients with chronic HCV and other liver-related conditions. The launch of the fixed-dose combination of MyHep All™ is part of this mission and will help patients adhere to their chronic HCV treatment regimen. Mylan has a longstanding, ongoing commitment to accelerate access and to improve treatment outcomes in India and other developing countries.”

 

This launch follows Mylan’s successful January 2016 launch of MyHep LVIR™ (Ledipasvir/Sofosbuvir combination) in India. 

 

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