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Flutter Over Debut Of Glenmark's Favipiravir For COVID-19 In India

Poised For Scale-Up Using In-House Capabilities

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Glenmark has received the go-ahead in India for its low-priced favipiravir product for mild to moderate COVID-19 under an accelerated approval process. While the firm says trial findings are in line with global data, with patients showing clinical improvements within the first seven days, social media is abuzz, with some physicians seeking greater clarity.

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