Watch This Space: Glenmark-SaNOtize’s COVID-19 Nasal Spray Debuts In India
Glenmark's partnered nitric oxide nasal spray for COVID-19 debuts in India at about $11, with the firm spotlighting the reduction in viral load with the product and potential to cut the chain of transmission. But more competition appears to be in the wings.
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