Arch Therapeutics Targets mid-2016 For Commercial Launch Of AC5 Hemostatic Agent
This article was originally published in Clinica
Arch Therapeutics has begun enrolling a 46-patient randomized trial to support a CE mark for its AC5 topical hemostatic agent by sometime in the summer, Arch Therapeutics president and CEO Terence Norchi told Clinica.
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