HEAD-TO-HEAD STUDY SHOWS ORAL FERRIC MALTOL (FERACCRU®) MAY BE AN ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT TO INTRAVENOUS (IV) FERRIC IRON, OFFERING A REAL ALTERNATIVE OPTION TO HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION FOR PATIENTS WITH IRON DEFICIENCY ANAEMIA (IDA) AND INACTIVE INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE (IBD)
22 October 2019
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