Toyama Chemical Will Build A New Facility In Toyama City To Produce T-705
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Toyama Chemical will expand its Toyama No.2 factory located in Toyama city and construct a facility to be used as a production site for T-705, a highly anticipated drug for treating avian influenza that is estimated to gain approval in Japan in 2009
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