Daré Bioscience to Present at the 9th Annual International Symposium of Drug Delivery Systems
Dr. Friend’s presentation, entitled “Vaginal Rings: Expanding Drug Delivery Options for Women,” is scheduled for
The intravaginal ring (IVR) technology used in Daré’s clinical-stage product candidates, DARE-HRT1, a potential first-in-category product for treatment of vasomotor symptoms due to menopause designed to release bio-identical estradiol and bio-identical progesterone over 28 days, and DARE-FRT1/PTB1, potential first-in-category products for pregnancy maintenance, including the prevention of preterm birth (DARE-PTB1) and for luteal phase support as part of an IVF regimen (DARE-FRT1), designed to release bio-identical progesterone for up to 14 days, was developed by Dr.
The innovative IVR drug delivery technology is designed to release one or more active ingredients without the need for a membrane or reservoir to contain the active drug(s) or to control the release, allowing for sustained drug delivery and has the potential to result in products that offer women a number of benefits as compared to currently marketed products, including the opportunity to improve medication compliance, avoid first-pass metabolic side effects and deliver a better overall user experience.
About Daré Bioscience
Daré Bioscience is a biopharmaceutical company committed to advancing innovative products for women’s health. The company’s mission is to identify, develop and bring to market a diverse portfolio of differentiated therapies that prioritize women's health and well-being, expand treatment options, and improve outcomes, primarily in the areas of contraception, vaginal health, reproductive health, menopause, sexual health and fertility.
Daré’s first FDA-approved product, XACIATO™ (clindamycin phosphate) vaginal gel, 2% is a lincosamide antibacterial indicated for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis in female patients 12 years of age and older, which is under a global license agreement with Organon. Daré’s portfolio also includes potential first-in-category candidates in clinical development: Ovaprene®, a novel, hormone-free monthly intravaginal contraceptive whose
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