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PROFILE: Bangladesh Market On Uptrend Amid Hep C Buildup

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Half a dozen corporate players, community-based diagnosis and patient support efforts, and an inflow of treatment seekers from abroad keen to access cut-price drugs in the country – this probably summarizes the current state of play in Bangladesh's market for sofosbuvir.

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