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Sandoz US Rolls Out RFID-Tagged Injectables

Launches Three Products In Collaboration With Kit Check

Executive Summary

Sandoz is launching three RFID-tagged injectables in the US in collaboration with Kit Check, with plans to roll out further RFID-tagged products in early 2021.

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