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Seqirus and Zambon Enter into a Partnership for Parkinson’s Disease Product in Australia and New Zealand

Business Wire Tuesday, 10 January 2017
Seqirus and Zambon Enter into a Partnership for Parkinson’s Disease Product in Australia and New ZealandMILAN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Newron is pleased to note the news that its partner Zambon S.p.A. has entered into a partnership with Seqirus covering Zambon’s Parkinson’s disease product (Xadago®) in Australia and New Zealand.
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