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Anti-hypertensive drug by Mankind launched

A New Delhi based pharmaceutical company called Mankind Pharma has launched an anti-hypertensive drug Zolahart (Azilsartan) at a very affordable price of Rs 7.5 per tablet.

17th May 2017, 06:33 Hrs

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Speaking on the development, R C Juneja, chairman and founder, Mankind Group, said “We endeavour to bring the latest innovative therapies with assured quality that address primary healthcare challenge in India – world class quality at an affordable price. It is with this thought that we decided to launch Zolahart (Azilsartan), the latest anti-hypertensive drug at the most affordable price of Rs 7.50/Tab, which is 51% less than other competitors.”  
In a press note, Mankind Pharma said, “Azilsartan offers potent and 
persistent 24 hours blood pressure control. It is proven to be safe for hypertensive patients with comorbid conditions like diabetes or chronic kidney disease”

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