Citius Pharmaceuticals – A Specialty Pharmaceutical Company

Citius Pharmaceuticals

Pursuing a new standard of care

Citius Pharmaceuticals is a specialty pharmaceutical company dedicated to the development and commercialization of therapeutic products for growing markets. Citius products offer new and expanded indications for previously-approved pharmaceutical products as a means to achieve leading market positioning.

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Mino-Lok®

Our Mino-Lok product is an antibiotic lock solution used to treat patients with catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSIs). CRBSIs are very serious, especially in cancer patients receiving therapy through central venous catheters (CVCs), and in hemodialysis patients where venous access presents a challenge.

CITI-002

CITI-002 is a topical formulation of halobetasol and lidocaine that is intended to provide anti-inflammatory and anesthetic relief to individuals suffering from hemorrhoids. In the United States, hemorrhoids affect nearly 5% of the population, with approximately 10 million patients annually reporting symptoms.

Partnering Opportunities

Citius is dedicated to building a successful pharmaceutical company through the development and commercialization of innovative and cost-effective products that address compelling market opportunities. We believe our 505(b)(2) expertise can assist in obtaining rapid approvals of novel products.

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A Message for the Investment Community

The need for a product like Mino-Lok has never been greater. Please feel free to explore our site and visit our Investor Relations page for more information.

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Citius Pharmaceuticals
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Citius Publishes Expert Roundtable on Catheter-Related Bacteremias

Citius commissioned a roundtable of leading specialists to discuss the treatment of catheter-related bacteremias, focusing on the issue of the source of the bacteremia: the infected central venous catheter. The roundtable brought the disciplines of venous nursing care and interventional vascular management to the core specialty of Infectious Disease.

The highlights of that roundtable are presented in the sponsored publication, Treating CLABSI: A Clinical and Economic Challenge.

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