Medicines360 Announces New Partnership With Marie Stopes International To Expand Access To Its Hormonal IUD To Women In Kenya, East Africa
Medicines360, a global nonprofit pharmaceutical company, today announced an agreement with Marie Stopes International (MSI), a global nonprofit family planning organization, to expand access to Medicines360’s hormonal intrauterine device, LNG IUS (levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system, 52mg), bringing further contraceptive options to the women of Kenya.
Medicines360, a global nonprofit women’s health pharmaceutical company with a mission of expanding access to quality medicines, today announced that the company has appointed Jessica Grossman, M.D., as its Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Dr. Grossman has been chair of the Board of Directors of Alliance Partners360, Medicines360’s for-profit subsidiary, since 2014 and a director of Medicines360 since 2011.
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 — […]
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 […]
FORBES – 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.