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Centrix Pharmaceutical, Inc. Announces Agreement With CutisPharma, Inc. to Promote FIRST® - Progesterone VGS Compounding Kit
Date:6/23/2011

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. June 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Centrix Pharmaceutical, Inc., a privately-held specialty pharmaceutical company focused on Pediatrics and Women's Health, announces a promotional agreement with CutisPharma, Inc., a Woburn, Massachusetts based company. The partnership will include the promotion of FIRST® - Progesterone VGS, vaginal suppository compounding kits.

Beginning early July, 2011, Centrix Pharmaceutical sales representatives will promote FIRST® - Progesterone VGS compounding kits from CutisPharma, Inc. in physician offices, clinics, and hospitals who specialize in obstetrics and gynecology in addition to retail pharmacies nationwide.

About FIRST® - Progesterone VGS compounding kit

The product line includes FIRST® - Progesterone VGS 25, 50, 100, 200, and 400.  The kits are     made for one patient and include pre-weighed progesterone, and suppository base, and a unique, patented disposable suppository mold for preparation, dispensing, and storage of the suppositories, all in one unit that increases patient compliance, and ease of use.

FIRST® - Progesterone VGS saves dispensing time, and can be compounded by the pharmacist while the patient waits, increasing customer satisfaction. Using FIRST® VGS kits, the pharmacist can compound a prescription for 30 vaginal suppositories 4 to 5 times faster than those prepared in the conventional way using a metal suppository mold or polystyrene shells.  A single NDC number assigned for the entire kit facilitates the third party reimbursement process, and reduces audit-related adjustments.

About Centrix Pharmaceutical, Inc.

Centrix Pharmaceutical is a privately-held specialty pharmaceutical company focused in Pediatrics and Women's Health. Headquartered in Birmingham, AL, the Company's products are marketed by its dedicated sales force in the United States. For more information about Centrix Phar
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