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Sanofi-aventis Announces Second Quarter 2009 Results
Date:7/29/2009

in the Other Countries region (up 31.8% at euro 85 million). First-half net sales of the product were up 6.9% at euro 1,542 million.

No biosimilar of Lovenox((R)) has been approved in the United States to date.

Taxotere((R)) achieved second-quarter growth of 10.7% to euro 584 million, driven by its use in adjuvant breast cancer treatment and in prostate cancer. Growth was good across all three geographic regions, at 10.7% in Europe (to euro 239 million), 9.6% in the United States (to euro 228 million) and 12.7% in the Other Countries region (to euro 117 million). In Japan, the product continued its advance with net sales up 13.4% at euro 34 million, boosted in particular by the prostate cancer indication approved in the second half of 2008.

In June 2009, the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) of the EMEA issued a positive opinion on Roche's Avastin((R)) in combination with Taxotere((R)) as a first line treatment for women with metastatic breast cancer, based on the results of the AVADO study. First-half net sales of Taxotere((R)) were up 9.5% at euro 1,118 million.

Eloxatin((R)), the leading cytotoxic agent in the colorectal cancer market as an adjuvant and as a first-line treatment in the metastatic phase, achieved second-quarter growth of 10.0% in the United States to euro 282 million. Total net sales of the product reflect ongoing competition from generics in Europe, and were down 4.3% at euro 353 million. First-half net sales of Eloxatin((R)) were down 5.7% at euro 697 million. In June 2009, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey ruled against sanofi-aventis by granting summary judgment motions brought by certain generics companies in the U.S. Eloxatin((R)) patent litigation. Sanofi-aventis has appealed this decision, and the Appellate Court issued an order temporarily staying the district court's judgment. As of th
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