Sagent announces launch of vinorelbine injection

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Sagent Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a privately held specialty pharmaceutical company, today announced that it has launched vinorelbine injection, USP, an anti-mitotic chemotherapy drug. According to IMS, 2008 sales of vinorelbine injection, USP in the United States approximated $17 million. Sagent will begin marketing and shipping vinorelbine injection immediately.

"Sagent has launched six products in the third quarter of 2009, including vinorelbine, our third oncolytic product. Our innovative business model enables us to provide our customers with a broad range of products and delivery systems with features designed to help enhance safety and convenience," said Michael Logerfo, corporate vice president of Sagent. "We continue to receive positive feedback from our customers who often consider the enhanced features of our products to be important factors when making their purchasing decisions."

Sagent's vinorelbine injection is offered in 10 mg per 1 mL and 50 mg per 5 mL, latex-free and preservative-free, single-dose vials that incorporate easy-to-read product and dosage information.

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