Latvia's Grindeks to make Mildronate in Russia
This article was originally published in Scrip
Latvia’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturer Grindeks has outsourced the injection form of its proprietary cardiovascular Mildronate to Soteks, a Russian drug maker. The company said that the manufacturing of this product at Sanitasin Lithuania and Jelfain Poland will continue.
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