Bharat Serums Takes Shot At Ulinastatin For COVID-19 Respiratory Distress
Private equity-controlled Bharat Serums and Vaccines gets go-ahead in India for COVID-19-related trials with ulinastatin, an existing sepsis therapy for which it is the leading player in the country. Management also outlines how the firm is ensuring business continuity during this challenging phase.
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