SHENZHEN, China, Dec. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Hard to Treat Diseases (HTDS; http://www.htdsmedical.com) and its China based subsidiary Mellow Hope announce that the company has closed its previously announced pending contract worth about $1.8 million. The revenues of this contract will be indicated in subsequent quarterly filings.
Terry Yuan, the CEO of HTDS said, "The FDA expert will scrutinize our production processes and methods used in our production and report his findings to Thailand authorities. We believe that close cooperation with authorities is a key for success in the pharmaceutical industry and we always aim to outperform in this area. We want to be transparent with our customers so they can see we mean business."
HTDS operates two subsidiaries, Slavica Bio Chem Co. (www.slavicabiochem.com/) and China Mellow Hope Inc. (http://www.mellowhope.com/). China-based Mellow Hope is the biggest exporter of Biological Vaccines in China. It has a product line that encompasses vaccines for influenza, tetanus, diphtheria and other diseases; blood based products including human rabies immunoglobulin; and active pharmaceutical ingredient (or APIs) for injection such as celestat in. Slavica's primary focus involves the enhancement and modification of existing approved drugs such as "Virazole" for the purpose of chemical repair of damage to the Central Nervous System, Multiple Sclerosis, SARS, Hepatis C.
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