Ipsen S.A. engages in the research, development, manufacture, and sale of pharmaceutical products worldwide. The company markets approximately 20 drugs. It offers pharmaceutical products targeting oncology, endocrinology, and neuromuscular disorders, as well as gastroenterology, cardiovascular, and cognitive disorders. Products The companyâ€™s products include: Decapeptyl is a peptide formulation for injection used to treat advanced prostate cancer. Somatuline and Somatuline Autogel is a sustained-release formulations for injection of a somatostatin analogue peptide for treating acromegaly. NutropinAq is a liquid formulation for daily use of recombinant human growth hormone used in the treatment of growth failures. Increlex is a recombinant human Insulin-like Growth-Factor-1 for normal growth of bones. Dysport acts to block acetylcholine release for the treatment of motor disorders and various forms of muscular spasticity, including cervical dystonia. Smecta is an oral formulation of pharmaceutical clay used for the treatment of chronic and acute diarrhea in adults and children and in the symptomatic treatment of pain associated with esophageal, gastric, duodenal, or colonic disorders. Forlax is used for the treatment of constipation for adults and children. Tanakan is an oral formulation of EGb 761, extracted from the leaves of the Gingko biloba tree, is used in the treatment of age-related cognitive disorders. As of December 31, 2007, Tanakan is approved for use in approximately 60 countries, including Europe and Asia. Adrovance is used for the treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis in patients at risk of vitamin D deficiency. Adenuric is used for the treatment of chronic hyperuricaemia. Nisis and Nisisco is an oral formulations containing valsartan for treating arterial hypertension. Significant Events On June 15, 2009, Ipsen S.A. and Pharnext SAS announced that they have entered into an exclusive research, development and marketing agreement regarding innovative drug candidates intended for the treatment of Charcot Marie-Tooth disease, issued from the Pleotherapy technology. History Ipsen S.A. was founded in 1929.