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Celltrion Partners With Intract Pharma For Oral Infliximab

Celltrion Partners With Intract Pharma For Oral Infliximab

Executive Summary

South Korea’s Celltrion has partnered with oral drug delivery specialist Intract Pharma for the formulation of oral infliximab for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease. Celltrion has also reported year-on-year and quarter-on-quarter growth in sales, along with plans to grow in the US market.

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