TherapeuticsMD, Inc. Announces Plans in Hormone Therapy That Concur with the Recent Joint Statement from NAMS, ASRM and The Endocrine Society

TherapeuticsMD, Inc. Announces Plans in Hormone Therapy That Concur with the Recent Joint Statement from NAMS, ASRM and The Endocrine Society

<0> TherapeuticsMDDaniel A. Cartwright, Chief Financial Officer, 561-961-1911 </0>

TherapeuticsMD™, Inc. [OTCQB: TXMD], parent company of vitaMedMD, LLC (“vitaMedMD”), a specialty pharmaceutical company (“TherapeuticsMD” or the “Company”), announced today its plans to file up to three Investigational New Drug applications (“INDs”) with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) this year and if accepted, will initiate Phase III clinical trials in the field of hormone therapy for menopausal women. During the same time period, the Company expects to file additional patents for these products.

Robert Finizio, the Company’s Chief Executive Officer, stated, “We are excited at the clarity provided by the recent joint statement of agreement regarding the benefits of hormone therapy for symptomatic menopausal women issued by the leading medical societies devoted to the care of menopausal women. We believe the joint statement reaffirms the overall direction for the Company’s hormonal platform of providing women with treatment for their menopause symptoms.” (The joint statement of agreement can be found on the NAMS website at .)

TherapeuticsMD is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on creating safe and effective therapies exclusively for women. The Company’s branded OTC and pharmaceutical products are designed to improve the health and well-being of women from pregnancy through menopause. vitaMedMD provides dietary supplements and healthcare products focused on improving women’s health, wellness, and quality of life. Questions may be directed to Daniel A. Cartwright, the Company’s Chief Financial Officer, at (561) 961-1911. More information on TherapeuticsMD is available on its website at . More information on vitaMedMD and its products are available at and .

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