· Karo Pharma AB and the Austrian pharmaceutical company Marinomed Biotech AG today announced a license agreement under which Karo Pharma will market a patented product for common cold & flu symptoms in Sweden, Norway and Finland.
· The product is very well documented with 4 clinical trials in which more than 650 adults and children were included. It has shown good results for the treatment of viral respiratory infections like common cold and flu. The product may be launched already during the first half of 2018, under the name Viruseptin®.
· The agreement is long term (10 years).
· “We have planned to enter the market for the treatment of cold and flu symptoms since some time. This product enables us to do so in a competitive way. In parallel we will continue to develop T268A as it will further strengthen our product portfolio given its different mode of action” says Anders Lönner Chairman of the Board, Karo Pharma AB
For further information please contact:
Peter Blom, CEO, 070-655 56 98 or email@example.com
About Karo Pharma
Karo Pharma is a specialty pharma company that develops and markets products to pharmacies and directly to healthcare providers. The share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm in the Mid Cap segment.
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