Growing Globally And Tapping Expertise: Tales From Bio Korea
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
South Korea’s Boryung Pharm has now signed $1 billion worth of global agreements for its antihypertensive Kanarb, while U.S. regenerative medicine company Orgenesis, which is working to cure type 1 diabetes with technology that combines cellular and regenerative therapy, has signed collaborative deals with two Korean partners, a recent meeting in Seoul heard.
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