Company Licensed to Produce HIV/AIDS Medicines (Vietnam)
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
STADA Vietnam Co. has recently been approved by the Vietnam Pharmaceutical Management Department to manufacture three new medicines to treat HIV/AIDS. With the addition of Stavudine Stada, Lamzidivir Stada, and Nevirapine Stada there will be a total of seven treatment options for Vietnamese patients suffering from the disease. This progress will allow Vietnam to supply enough medication to treat all of the country's HIV/AIDS cases without importing. By doing so, the Ministry of Public Health estimates the country will cut the cost of treating the illness by 70 percent. (Click here for more - May Require Free Registration
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