Sun Pharma launches (Pr)CEQUA™ (cyclosporine ophthalmic solution 0.09% w/v), the first dry eye treatment with nanomicellar (NCELL™) technology*, in Canada

Sun Pharma Canada Inc., an entirely claimed auxiliary of Sun Drug Ventures Restricted (Reuters: SUN.BO) (Bloomberg: SUNP IN) (NSE: SUNPHARMA) (BSE: 524715) “Sun Pharma” and incorporates its auxiliaries as well as partner organizations), today reported the send off of CEQUA, another treatment for Canadians living with dry eye illness. CEQUA (cyclosporine ophthalmic arrangement 0.09% w/v), a calcineurin inhibitor immunomodulator, is the main dry eye treatment accessible in Canada that is conveyed with nanomicellar (NCELL) innovation, which works on the bioavailability and physicochemical steadiness of cyclosporine to build visual tissue entrance.

“We are eager to present CEQUA as another treatment choice for the in excess of 6,000,000 Canadians living with dry eye disease1,” said Abhay Gandhi, Chief North America, Sun Pharma. “This send off is a significant achievement for Sun Pharma as we extend our ophthalmics portfolio into Canada and it exhibits our obligation to giving imaginative prescriptions to help patient and doctor decision.”

Notwithstanding its past predominance among Canadians, a new report from the Middle for Visual Exploration and Schooling (Center) has shown that paces of dry eye sickness are on the ascent because of an expansion in veil wearing, which can prompt dry spots on the visual surface.2

“We are really glad to see another item now accessible to the numerous Canadians experiencing keratoconjunctivitis sicca or dry eye illness,” said W. Bruce Jackson, MD, previous Educator and Seat, Division of Ophthalmology, McGill College and College of Ottawa. “CEQUA, with its nanomicellar innovation and expanded strength of cyclosporine, can be a significant expansion to our treatment choices as eye care experts make progress toward more customized treatment.”

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