Women should have access to the medicines they need to live their best and fullest lives. Medicines360 is helping in a unique way.


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Medicines360, Afaxys Partner to Expand Public Health Access to LILETTA® (levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system) 52 mg

Strategic alliance will increase engagement with U.S. public health clinics and their patients about hormonal IUDs (long-acting reversible contraceptives, or LARCs) SAN FRANCISCO and CHARLESTON, S.C. – Medicines360 and Afaxys Pharma, LLC, two mission-driven, socially conscious women’s health pharmaceutical companies, today announced their collaboration to promote Medicines360’s intrauterine system (IUS), LILETTA® (levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system) 52 mg, which is […]

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Medicines360 Expands Access To Contraception In Africa

Medicines360, the non-profit pharmaceutical company behind the hormonal IUD Liletta, is on a mission to increase women’s access to reproductive care around the world. This month, the female-led company announced the launch of Avibela, a hormonal IUD, in Madagascar.

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Medicines360 and Direct Relief Partner to Expand Access for U.S. Women

Partnership will provide free hormonal IUDs to underserved women across the country SAN FRANCISCO and SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Medicines360, a mission-driven women’s health pharmaceutical nonprofit and Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization, today announced their partnership to provide Medicines360’s hormonal IUD, LILETTA®, free of charge to clinics that serve the most vulnerable women in the United States, […]

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how we work

We’re reinventing the pharma business model: we identify areas in women’s health where patients face limited choices, develop medicines that expand women’s options and make them available in ways that close gaps in access.


We believe women should have access to medicines, regardless of their diverse needs. As we choose products for development and study them in robust clinical trials, we tackle areas where many women struggle with limited medicine choices.