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Schering-Plough Completes Acquisition of Organon BioSciences
Date:11/19/2007

and feline vaccines. Schering-Plough will also have antiparasitics such as SAFE- GUARD/PANACUR, a de-wormer for use in many animal species; anti-infectives such as COBACTAN, a broad-spectrum antibiotic for livestock species and horses; and specialty products such as VETSULIN/CANINSULIN, a diabetes mellitus treatment for dogs and cats. These products expand on Schering- Plough's growing presence in this market with products such as NUFLOR, a broad-spectrum antibiotic for cattle, swine and fish; OTOMAX, a canine ear ointment; RESFLOR, a combination antibiotic and anti-inflammatory for bovine respiratory disease; as well as the company's animal health services, including HOMEAGAIN, a U.S. proactive pet recovery network.

The combination also adds five Phase III compounds to Schering-Plough's existing late-stage projects, building on a rich and promising pipeline. Schering-Plough's key Phase III projects include (in alphabetical order):

* Acadesine, for the prevention of ischemia-reperfusion injury;

* Asenapine (from Organon), a fast-dissolving, sublingual

psychopharmacologic agent for the treatment of patients with

schizophrenia and acute mania bipolar disorder;

* Corifollitropin alfa (from Organon), a new fertility hormone;

* Golimumab, an anti-inflammatory for the treatment of rheumatoid

arthritis, psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis;

* Mometasone / formoterol, for the treatment of asthma;

* NOMAC/E2 (from Organon), an oral contraceptive;

* ORG 50081 (from Organon), for the treatment of insomnia and potentially

for hot flashes in menopausal women;

* Sugammadex (from Organon), for the reversal of neuromuscular blockade

used as part of general anesthesia during surgical procedures;

* Tablet-based sublingual immunotherapy, for allergies;

* Thrombin receptor antagonist, for acute coronary syndrome and secondary

prevention; and

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