SHENZHEN, China, Dec. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Hard to Treat Diseases (HTDS; http://www.htdsmedical.com) and its China based subsidiary Mellow Hope announce that HTDS acquired another order of freeze-dried Hepatitis A Vaccine, inactivated (MEVAC-A) for India. The order is due in India at the
Mellow Hope will deliver another order of 49,000 doses of freeze-dried Hepatitis A Vaccine (MEVAC-A) to India in December 2009. The sales of Mellow Hope's MEVAC-A vaccine in India increased at a steady rate in 2009, and HTDS forecasts that this trend will continue in 2010.
HTDS' CEO Terry Yuan said, " The sales team in India has formed a marketing strategy that had proved itself highly effective. Looking at the first 3 quarters of MEVAC-A vaccine sales in India, the sales team outperformed throughout and show a solid sales increase. We analyzed the team's year-round results and we see a growing trend for the vaccine sales in India. We believe that this trend will hold its momentum in 2010 and increase HTDS' overall sales next year."
Hard to Treat Diseases (HTDS) is also a parent company with operations in Serbia based Slavica Biochem (http://www.slavicabiochem.com/). This company focuses on the enhancement and modification of existing and approved medications as well as on cancer research. The MindUp cancer research (http://www.mindupbioresearch.com/) has been delivering groundbreaking results on the international level.
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