Sun Backs India-First Stroke Drug From Pharmazz
Sun debuts Pharmazz Inc’s new stroke drug sovateltide in India at under $20/ vial. The selective endothelin-B receptor agonist, which can be administered up to 24 hours post cerebral ischemic stroke, is also being studied in Alzheimer’s disease.
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