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China's Tianyin Pharmaceutical Receives Approval For Ofloxacin And Fleroxacin To Expand Antibiotic Product Line

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

SHANGHAI - Tianyin Pharmaceutical, a Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western drug maker in China, announced it received manufacturing licenses from China's State FDA for its antibiotic products fluoroquinolone-based ofloxacin and quinolone broad-spectrum fleroxacin

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