Market entry of YpsoMate autoinjector for Teribone™ in Japan
Teribone™ autoinjector

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Burgdorf – Terumo Corporation (Terumo), a leading global manufacturer and distributor of medical devices, will fill its PLAJEX™ syringe with the drug Teribone™ and assemble it with the YpsoMate prefilled autoinjector from Ypsomed. Teribone™ is a Teriparatide for the treatment of osteoporosis. The drug was developed by Asahi Kasei Pharma (AKP) and will be launched in Japan.

Notizie Ypsomed Italia

In occasione della Giornata Mondiale Del Diabete le persone di Ypsomed Italia sono coinvolte in varie attività per sensibilizzare ed informare, accanto alle persone col diabete, l’opinione pubblica riguardo a questa condizione.

Ypsomed and i-SENS global partnership signing ceremony
Simon Michel , CEO Ypsomed and Geun Sig Cha, CEO i-SENS

Press Releases Ypsomed Group

Burgdorf – By entering into new partnerships and cooperations, Ypsomed has expanded its diabetes therapy offerings. With the goal of freedom of choice for the users of the mylife YpsoPump, the first study on the insulin pump with open interfaces as well as the connection to the therapy management solution diasend® by Glooko starts. In addition, Ypsomed launches the new blood glucose monitoring system mylife Aveo in spring 2020.

Copaxone PEN from Teva
Copaxone PEN

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Burgdorf – Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (Teva), a global leader in generic medicines with innovative treatments in select areas, including CNS, pain and respiratory, has launched its drug product Copaxone® in the pre-filled autoinjector YpsoMate® from Ypsomed. Copaxone® is used for the treatment of patients with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS). The collaboration with Teva marks the second commercial market entry of Ypsomed’s autoinjector YpsoMate®.

Ypsomed Headquarters in Burgdorf (Switzerland)

Press Releases Ypsomed Group

Burgdorf – No agreement has been reached between Ypsomed and Insulet Corp., its former supplier of Omnipod® devices on the amount of the expiration fee payable to Ypsomed under the terms of the distribution agreement that expired in June 2018. After unsuccessful attempts to amicably agree on the amount, Ypsomed has decided to file for arbitration. Ypsomed continues to estimate the expiration fee to amount to approximately CHF 50 million.