Founded in April 2006, SEP is a privately owned speciality pharmaceutical company. Its mission is to become the leading Urologist focused specialty pharmaceutical business in Europe.
SEP owns worldwide rights to Plenaxis(R). Plenaxis is a novel product - it is the first in a new class of hormonal products (the GnRH blockers) and it is used to treat advanced and metastatic prostate cancer. Plenaxis has been launched in Germany and is going through the regulatory process in other EU countries.
SEP has distribution rights in certain European countries for two further products, Amphocil(R), an antifungal agent and Haemopressin(R), a product for the treatment of Bleeding Oesophageal Varices. Both of these products are delivered to clinicians in a hospital setting.
SEP has established its own commercial operations in the UK, Germany, France and Italy and will market its products in other regions and territories through relationships with expert partners.
Established in 1961, Rottapharm is a multinational pharmaceutical company primarily engaged in the research, development and global distribution of new pharmaceutical products in different therapeutic areas including rheumatology, cardiology, gastroenterology, gynaecology paediatrics, dermatology, urology, oncology, bronchopneumology, psychiatry.
The Headquarter and main R&D site are located in Italy.
Rottapharm has recently acquired the global German pharmaceutical Group Madaus Pharma and today the Rottapharm|Madaus Group has subsidiaries or direct commercial operations throughout Europe and in the vast majority of Middle East, Asia (excluding Japan) and Central/South America countries.
Currently Rottapharm's main products include
|SOURCE Speciality European Pharma|
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