Major Milestone For SK Biopharm As Anti-Epileptic Gets US Approval
SK Biopharmaceuticals receives US approval for novel anti-epileptic drug, marking a major milestone for the South Korean firm in its goal of becoming a fully integrated global pharma and potentially boosting its huge planned IPO. Through its US subsidiary, the SK Group company will independently market and sell the product in the world’s biggest single market.
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