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Kurve launches nasal drug delivery blog

The first blog to address issues related to nasal drug delivery formulation, research, delivery and devices is launched by US nasal drug delivery specialist, Kurve Technology

The first blog to address issues related to nasal drug delivery formulation, research, delivery and devices has been launched by US nasal drug delivery specialist, Kurve Technology.

The blog can be found on www.nasaldrugdeliveryblog.com and invites scientists, researchers and pharmaceutical executives to exchange and comment on clinical research, recently-published journal articles, events and conferences and thought-provoking posts on systemic, topical and nose-to-brain delivery.

Non-promotional blog entries are authored by the executive team of Kurve Technology, as well as guest contributors.

Marc Giroux, CEO of Kurve Technology, said: ìOur aim was to create an online forum for open communication in the nasal delivery industry. Now academic researchers, pharmaceutical industry managers, and device professionals can interact every day rather then wait for the next conference or event. Pharmaceutical and trade media can also stay abreast of industry developments via the blog.î

7th September 2007

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