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MSD Licenses Molnupiravir In India

Nuances, Local Data In Focus

Executive Summary

MSD India outlines further specifics around the just-announced voluntary licensing deal for molnupiravir with Indian firms, noting an expectation to discuss local data needs with the country’s regulator. All eyes are also on whether non-licensee Natco will stay the course for its application for the investigational antiviral.

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