Bourn Hall made headlines around the world back in 1978, when the genius of scientist Robert Edwards and gynaecologist Dr Patrick Steptoe led to the birth of the first ‘test-tube’ baby, Louise Brown.
Case Studies: UK success in India
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We are currently exploring opportunities in a number of international markets. Our successes with the NHS in the UK have provided some great examples of transformational healthcare which we believe can be adapted to any health economy in the world.
Polytherics is no stranger to India and has been working with Indian partners since 2005, when it created a partnership with Shantha Biotechnics (now a part of Sanofi) to create an affordable PEG-Interferon for Hepatitis C.