NicOx fixes on ophthalmology and begins metamorphosis
This article was originally published in Scrip
NicOx has announced its intention to become an international integrated mid-sized commercial player in the ophthalmology market, marking a significant departure from its previous business model. It is looking for other options for most of its current pipeline.
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