India Keeps Door Ajar For Hydroxychloroquine Exports, Drug Makers Geared Up
Indian drug makers appear confident of meeting both domestic and global requirements for hydroxychloroquine sulphate after India relaxed export curbs on the product, subject to strict monitoring, against the backdrop of requests from global heads of government for supplies of the potential treatment for COVID-19.
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