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16-Sep2017

Mangalam Drugs receives final approval from WHO for Emtricitabine

Mangalam Drugs & Organics has recently received the final approval from WHO for the drug Emtricitabine. Earlier in May, the company had received the final approval from WHO-Geneva for its plant at Unit-2 situated at G.I.D.C, Vapi, in the state of Gujarat.

Mangalam Drugs & Organics is a part of the MangalamGroup, manufactures chemicals such as API perfumery, disperse dye intermediates, bulk drugs and bulk drugs intermediates at VAPI-Gujarat State. It has a multi-product manufacturing facility and a in-house Research and Development (R&D) Base.



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