Alembic-Accu-Break alliance targets dosage convenience
This article was originally published in Scrip
India's Alembic Pharmaceuticals and Accu-Break Pharmaceuticals have entered into a development and licence pact to develop new branded products based on the US firm's Accu-Break tablet technologies. The alliance is seen opening a new front in Alembic's strategy to target incremental but important innovations in areas such as drug delivery, product strength and dosage.
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