Rockwell Medical Technologies appoints Dr Richard Hurrell to scientific advisory board
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Rockwell Medical Technologies (US), a speciality pharmaceutical company focused on drug and device development in the renal market, has appointed Dr Richard Hurrell to its scientific advisory board. Dr Hurrell is the professor for human nutrition and head of the laboratory of human nutrition at the Institute of Food Science and Nutrition, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
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