Esbriet is already approved and available in several EU countries including Germany, France, Italy and the UK among others. The drug is also approved in countries like Canada, Japan, China, India, Argentina and Mexico. The company recorded Esbriet sales of $30.3 million in the first quarter of 2014. Esbriet sales in 2014 are expected in the range of $130 million to $140 million. Though Esbriet is the only approved medicine for IPF, several companies are developing their candidates to tap the IPF market. The nearest threat for InterMune is from Boehringer Ingelheim's IPF candidate nintedanib, which was filed in the U.S. in Jul 2014.
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Remains identified as American missing in Mexico - CNN.com
Del Sardo said Ann Devert spent time in Mexico after her son's disappearance, meeting local authorities and residents in the western Mexican state of Michoacan in an attempt to find him. There was hope with unconfirmed tips that he was being held at a ranch. Last week, she learned of the remains and the bike in the shallow grave. Mexican authorities said the motorcycle was found along a road leading to La Majahua beach in Guerrero. The statement said "10 packages of what appeared to be narcotics (marijuana and cocaine)" were found near the motorbike and body. Del Sardo said Ann Devert was told that the remains may have been moved to the shallow grave.
You OK, Sis? Why Those Three Words Can Save a Woman?s Life - Yahoo News
They accused Jones of being a CIA operative looking to cause a rift in the black community. One man called #YouOkSis another divisive [hashtag] to get a rise out of [black men] for the negro bed wenches social and political benefit, while another said the movement illustrated how far black feminists will stoop to prove their hatred for black men. The harshand sometimes violentcriticism hasnt stopped Jones. It was a very small section, and it was a calculated effort to troll, she says of the men who attempted to disrupt the hashtag. Anybody outside of that got it. There were far more brothers who were supportive of what were trying to do. While it would be nice to get men who harass women to change their behavior, Jones isnt focusing on them. The bottom line is that a lot of the ways in which men have been taught to approach women has been problematic, she says.