GSK Consumer Tries On Wearable Pain Relief With NeuroMetrix Deal
GSK Consumer purchases outside-of-US rights to pain-relief device Quell from NeuroMetrix in a deal that includes co-development of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation products.
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