Nucleoside analogs in combination therapy of herpes simplex infections
A pharmaceutical product comprising a nucleoside analogue active against herpes simplex virus, such as acyclovir/valaciclovir or penciclorivir/famciclovir, and an immunosuppressant, as a combined preparation for simultaneous, separate or sequential use in the treatment and/or prevention of herpes simplex virus infections.
Boyd; Malcolm Richard (Epsom, GB)
Novartis International Pharmaceutical Ltd. (Hamilton, BM)
NEW COMBINATION PRODUCT FOR THE EARLY TREATMENT OF RECURRENT HERPES LABIALIS (COLD SORES) TO REDUCE THE LIKELIHOOD OF ULCERATIVE COLD SORES AND TO SHORTEN THE LESION HEALING TIME IN ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS (12 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER)
COMBINATION PRODUCT FOR THE EARLY TREATMENT OF RECURRENT HERPES LABIALIS (COLD SORES) TO REDUCE THE LIKELIHOOD OF ULCERATIVE COLD SORES AND TO SHORTEN THE LESION HEALING TIME IN ADULTS AND CHILDREN (6 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER)
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