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Access Pharmaceuticals Provides Update on MuGard Commercial Launch in Europe
Date:12/3/2009

DALLAS, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ACCESS PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. (OTC Bulletin Board: ACCP), today provided an update on its European commercial launch of MuGard, an FDA approved treatment for oral mucositis, a debilitating side effect of radiation treatment and chemotherapy. MuGard is commercially launched by Access' partner, SpePharm, in six European countries, including the UK, Germany, Italy, Norway, Greece and Sweden. Access is conducting pre-marketing activities, including ramping of commercial production, with the goal of a commercial launch in 1H 2010 in the US. MuGard was granted the CE mark certification in Europe in late 2008 with the labeling "prevention and management of the lesions and symptoms of oral mucositis." Key findings and feedback from SpePharm's ongoing commercial launch and patient assessment project include:

  • Over 15,000 bottles of MuGard have been used by over 2,000 patients since launch.
  • The European patient population includes adult patients undergoing radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy regimens.
  • Patients experience includes those being prescribed and using MuGard prophylactically, as well as those using MuGard following the onset of oral mucositis.
  • Initial feedback continues to reflect that MuGard is well accepted by both patients and healthcare professionals both as a preventative and curative treatment for oral mucositis.
  • Patients and healthcare professionals like MuGard's ready-to-use formulation, and believe it supports treatment compliance by patients.
  • SpePharm is currently gathering feedback from clinicians in the UK, Germany and Italy that are participating in a patient assessment project. SpePharm expects that out of a total of approximately 1,500 patients who will be given MuGard in this project, a consistent number of patient forms will be collected by year end, and th
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