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Hikma Seeks To Meet Demand For 503B Compounding In US

CEO Sets Out Strategy For Company’s New Sterile Injectable Compounding Unit

Executive Summary

Hikma has set out its expectations for a “gradual ramp-up” of the 503B sterile injectable compounding business that it has launched in the US this month, with CEO Siggi Olafsson explaining in detail the strategic rationale for the new business.

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