Respiratory Plus: Cipla Shapes Future In New Age Platforms, Devices, Diagnostics
The next chapter of Cipla’s innovation journey goes beyond its core respiratory thrust to include new platforms spanning areas such as peptides, where it has seen its first major approval in the US and has multiple programs lined up. Devices and diagnostics are among the other avenues being explored as the Indian company seeks to bring more patients into the “funnel”.
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