Diurnal Adrenal Franchise Takes Shape With Alkindi Launch
With the launch in Germany of Alkindi, Diurnal has kickstarted its plan of offering therapies that treat patients with cortisol deficiency diseases from birth right the way through to old age and the market is potentially a very lucrative one.
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