BioSante Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Public, NASDAQ:BPAX) BioSante Pharmaceuticals - Improving health for life IR: BioSante Pharmaceuticals - Investors - Stock Info GF: BioSante Pharmaceuticals, Inc.: NASDAQ:BPAX quotes & news - Google Finance YF: BPAX: Summary for Biosante Pharmaceuticals, Inc.- Yahoo! Finance SA: Biosante Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (BPAX) Stock - Seeking Alpha SEC: EDGAR Search Results 2011 10-2Q: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1023024/000110465911044302/a11-14113_110q.htm 2010 10-K: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1023024/000110465911014913/a11-7481_110k.htm BioSante is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on developing products for female sexual health and oncology. BioSante's lead products include LibiGel® (transdermal testosterone gel) for the treatment of female sexual dysfunction (FSD) which is in Phase III clinical development under a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Special Protocol Assessment (SPA). BioSante's first FDA-approved product is Elestrin™ (estradiol gel) indicated for the treatment of hot flashes associated with menopause, marketed in the U.S. by Azur Pharma, BioSante's licensee. BioSante also is developing a portfolio of cancer vaccines, four of which have been granted Orphan Drug designation, and are currently in several Phase II clinical trials. Other BioSante products are Bio-T-Gel™, a testosterone gel for male hypogonadism, for which an NDA is pending, licensed to Teva Pharmaceuticals, and an oral contraceptive in Phase II clinical development using BioSante patented technology. LibiGel is a testosterone gel in Phase III clinical development for the treatment of women who suffer from female sexual dysfunction (FSD). The on-going Phase III efficacy trials are double-blind, placebo-controlled trials that have enrolled over 500 surgically menopausal women each for a six-month clinical trial. The efficacy trials, which have completed enrollment, are being conducted under an FDA-approved special protocol assessment (SPA) agreement. LibiGel is absorbed quickly through the skin after applying a once-daily pea-sized topical application on the upper arm that delivers testosterone to the bloodstream evenly over time. In a Phase II trial, LibiGel significantly increased the number of satisfying sexual events in surgically menopausal women suffering from FSD by 238 percent versus baseline (p<0.0001); this increase also was significant versus placebo (p<0.05). In this study, the effective dose of LibiGel produced testosterone blood levels within the normal range for pre-menopausal women and had a safety profile similar to that observed in the placebo group. In addition, no serious adverse events and no discontinuations due to adverse events occurred in any subject receiving LibiGel. The Phase II clinical trial was a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, conducted in the United States, in surgically menopausal women distressed by their low sexual desire and activity.