Generic Chelation Medication Set To Launch

Taro Launches Specialty Generic Deferiprone Tablets, 500mg in the U.S. Taro Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. announced the launch of a new specialty generic, deferiprone, an iron chelator indicated for the treatment of patients with transfusional iron overload due to thalassemia syndromes when current chelation therapy is inadequate. Deferiprone is the generic version of Ferriprox®. When distribution begins, Taro’s deferiprone tablets will be dispensed by BioPlus® Specialty Pharmacy. For more information on transferring your prescription, visit Taro Cares at or call 1-888-292-0744 to speak with a pharmacist. Living With Superficial Siderosis is not a medical provider or health care facility and thus can neither diagnose Superficial Siderosis or associated symptoms nor endorse or recommend any specific medical treatments. Patients must rely on the personal and individualized medical advice of their qualified healthcare professionals before seeking any information related to your particular diagnosis or treatment of Superficial Siderosis or associated symptoms

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Everyone loves something free but too often there’s some kind of string attached. The item might be free but the cost of shipping and handling is outrageous, or in claiming the free item you end up in a never-ending membership. Good news! has discovered something that is not only free but also useful to our superficial siderosis patient and caregiver community. The writers of Brain & Life® offer interviews, insights, and information which focus on the relationship between neurological disease and brain health. Available in both a free print edition to U.S. residents and to a worldwide audience in an online format, Brain & Life ® magazine delivers both patients and their caregivers’ regular updates on healthy living, neurological disorders, caregiving, research, patient essays, and resources. Originally published as Neurology Now®, Brain & Life ® magazine is the work of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN). The AAN is

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