Cipla-NiPPharma In Respiratory Device Deal?
Cipla Ltd. is speculated to have struck a deal with Japan's NiPPharma Co., Ltd for a device apparently meant for the Indian firm's generic Advair dry powder inhaler (DPI) but some analysts suggest that limited visibility around the trials of the firm's salmeterol + fluticasone combination in the US stay a concern for now.
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