Glenmark Partners With Menarini On Ryaltris
Licensing Deal For Nasal Spray Covers 33 European Countries
Glenmark has struck a marketing deal with Menarini to commercialize the Indian firm’s Ryaltris nasal spray in 33 countries across Europe. The agreement adds to a network of licenses already in place across the world.
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