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Blood plasma fractionation plant set up here

Thursday, October 9, 2014 - 05:50

Singapore

A HUMAN blood plasma fractionation plant that filters out proteins has been set up in Singapore, paving the way for emergency medicines used to treat immunodeficiency and haemophilia to be commercially available here from as early as next January. This is the first such plant to

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