INTERVIEW: GtreeBNT Looks To Novelty, Deals To Become Dry Eye Player
GtreeBNT is looking to challenge one of the biggest ophthalmology sectors through a novel dry eye syndrome drug with multiple mechanisms of action that the South Korean venture believes can help it carve a significant global niche, helped by international licensing deals.
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