Pharmaceutical company Bayer may be embroiled in lawsuits over its permanent birth control device Essure, but that isn’t keeping the company from pushing yet another contraceptive device. The company announced that it has just won Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for Kyleena, an intrauterine device, or IUD, designed to prevent pregnancy in women for up to five years. The device is similar to Bayer’s currently marketed IUDs, including Mirena and Skyla. All three are T-shaped devices that release a small amount of the hormone levonorgestrel. Actavis Plc, now known as Allergan Plc., won approval for the hormonal IUD Liletta ... Read More
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