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Curefilm Strip Delivery Stretches In Supplement Space, Targets Rx Entry

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Cure Pharmaceutical is launching Sleep Stripzzz melatonin supplement delivered in a fast-dissolving oral strip. CureFilm delivery method will also be used in CBD and vitamin D3 products as well as in Rx drugs.

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