Needlefree firm Weston on target for Intraject milestones
This article was originally published in Clinica
Weston Medical, the UK liquid-prefilled needlefree device company founded in 1994 by Terry Weston, is on target for setting up commercial scale manufacturing operations by the end of this year and generating the first significant sales of its flagship Intraject technology during 2003.
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