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 On A Mission For Women

LIFE SCIENCE LEADER – You might think a market made of half the human beings on this planet would attract any amount of investment. Why is it, then, that most women lack access to essential medicines? Why does it take a nonprofit model to even begin bringing access to such a large population in a […]

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International Women’s Day at Direct Relief International

SANTA BARBARA INDEPENDENT – Direct Relief’s Kirchmaier Volunteer Center was standing room only Friday morning, March 8, as more than 150 people gathered in honor of International Women’s Day to celebrate achievements and acknowledge remaining hurdles, including the lack of global access to affordable maternal health care. This year’s theme was “balance for better — […]

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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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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.