Product TypeFinished Product
ContentThyrotropin alfa 0.9 mg
Dossage formInjection, powder, lyophilized, for solution 1 VIALSU
Company nameSanofi Genzyme
As the specialty care global business unit of Sanofi, we are focused on rare diseases, rare blood disorders, multiple sclerosis, oncology and immunology. More than 30 years since we began, we remain just as committed to and passionate about advancing therapies that offer hope to patients and families. Our approach is shaped by a long history of developing highly specialized treatments and forging close relationships with physician and patient communities. Founded as Genzyme in Boston in 1981, we rapidly grew to become one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies, recognized for our pioneering development of treatments for rare genetic disorders and our innovative contributions to medical science and biomanufacturing. Genzyme became part of Sanofi in 2011. While continuing to focus on rare diseases, we also established ourselves as a leader in the field of multiple sclerosis. In 2016, our focus expanded to include Sanofi’s programs in oncology and immunology. In 2018, with the acquisitions of Bioverativ and Ablynx, we further expanded our focus to include rare blood disorders, bringing deep expertise in hematology. Spirit of Hope - A History of Genzyme 1981-2012 As a pioneer of the biotechnology movement in the early 1980s, Genzyme has always been driven by cutting-edge science and a commitment to developing treatments for unmet medical needs. In this video, former CEO David Meeker, former CEO Henri Termeer, and patients share how Genzyme has continued to build on this foundation over the past three decades. Our ambition is to be the industry leader in specialty care. We currently provide more than 25 treatments to patients globally, with many potential new therapies being studied in clinical trials and in Sanofi laboratories. Driven by our commitment to patients, we strive to develop strong relationships with our patient communities, listening to their perspectives so that we can truly understand their needs. These collaborations continue to guide and motivate us as we work to push the boundaries of medicine and technology to develop new and better therapies where none existed before.