Category Archive for: ‘Savella’

FDA OKs Fibromyalgia Drug Savella

Savella Joins Cymbalta and Lyrica as Drugs Approved for Fibromyalgia PatientsBy Miranda HittiWebMD Health NewsReviewed by Louise Chang, MD Jan. 15, 2009 — The FDA has approved a new drug called Savella for the management of fibromyalgia. Savella belongs to a class of drugs called serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs), which include some antidepressants. The drug companies behind Savella …

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Brainstorming Brings About New Fibromyalgia Drug

Company looked for existing medicationBy Terri SomersUnion-Tribune Staff Writer January 18, 2009 The Food and Drug Administration’s approval last week of a new fibromyalgia drug, Savella, brought needed relief to the Massee family in San Diego’s Sabre Springs neighborhood. Penny Massee, 59, the matriarch, chief cook, bottle washer and grandson spoiler, said she experienced “miraculous” results from the medication since …

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