Chong Kun Dang Signs Nesp Biosimilar Deal In Persian Gulf
Deal With Oman-Based Menagen Expands Access To Darbepoetin Alfa
Chong Kun Dang’s Nesbell (darbepoetin alfa) biosimilar is set to head to the Persian Gulf under a technology transfer and commercialization agreement with Oman-based Menagen Pharmaceutical Industries.
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