Hard to Treat Diseases' (HTDS) 'Nutriprotein' Reached the Final Approval Stage in India
HTDS held a successful Final Evaluation Meeting with the Indian DCGI (Drug Controller General of India) on its Cerebroprotein Hydrolysate for Injection. Mellow Hope has been conducting the clinical trials for the Indian market approval since April 2009. The company enters final stage of product quality testing, and will send new batch sample to the DCGI for quality reconfirmation by the end of March and, subsequently, DCGI will issue Registration Certificate for this medicine.
The company believes that, once approved, HTDS will be the only supplier of this product to India, and estimates Nutriprotein market size to 2 to 3 million doses annually.
Nutriprotein medicine is a unique brain nutrient that helps the Central Nervous System in regulating and improving nerve cell metabolism, promoting synapse generation, inducing nerve cell differentiation and protecting nerve cells against damages by ischemia, neurotoxins, etc.
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