History

Nexavir (formerly Kutapressin) is a drug consisting of processed extract from porcine livers that contains a mixture of proteins called polypeptides. Originally developed in the 1930’s as Kutapressin by Kramers Urban (Schwartz Pharma), it was used as an anti-inflammatory agent primarily for acute allergic reactions of the skin such as severe contact dermatitis (e.g., poison ivy), shingles, rosacea, etc.

In 2004, Nexco Pharma (headed by a group of successful doctors and businessmen) acquired the rights to Kutapressin from Kramers Urban (Schwartz Pharma). Nexavir is the exactly same formulation as Kutapressin. The drug is approved by the Food and Drug...

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    It is in a 15 & 30 ml pump bottle which is equivalent to 30 & 60 ml of injectable respectively, if you want to compare (3 injectable vials of 20 ml each).

    30mL cream = 60mL Injectable (three vials)

  • 30 ml cream = 60 ml of injectable = 3 vials = $450.00
  • 20 ml injectable = $199.00
  • 15 ml cream = 30 ml of injectable = 1.5 vials = $229.00

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