US Start-Up Phlow Receives Further Capital Injection To Fund Essential Medicines
Cash Will Be Used For Multiple Key Initiatives
Fresh from its $812m government contract to help prevent shortages of essential medicines and shield the US market from global competition, domestic start-up Phlow Corporation has received further financial backing.
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