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Pharmacosmos predicts record financial year after launches in US and China

The intensive investments in the US and China that Pharmacosmos has made over the past few years have been expensive, but now, company leadership expects rewards.

Tobias Sidelmann Christensen, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Pharmacosmos (right) and his father Lars Christensen, who is CEO of the company. | Photo: Pharmacosmos / PR

Pharmacosmos has lit a fire under its dream of becoming an international company by establishing a presence in the US and China through subsidiaries and launching its main product (called Monoferric in the US and Monofer in China) on both markets.

The two new markets will contribute to growth at the Danish pharmaceutical group, which primarily earns money through Monoferric/Monofer, which is a treatment for anemia.

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