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Rontamil® launch event in the Russian Federation Territory

For the purpose of introducing the Rontamil® product range in the Russian Federation territory, a launch event was held in Moscow on the 28th of January 2017, where Rontamil® new Clinical Protocols were announced and presented by prominent KOLs of the international Infant Nutrition field. The Rontamil® family in the Russian Federation will initially consist of the Rontamil® 1, 2 & 3 Complete product range. The intention of our exclusive partnership with MEDISORB LLC is to also launch the innovative specialties’ Rontamil range (Rontamil® AC Complete, Rontamil® Tr Complete and Rontamil® AR Complete) in the near future in order to provide the optimum solution to common gastrointestinal disorders such as infantile colic, constipation and regurgitations.

The title of the symposium was ‘Synbiotic: Myth and Reality’ and the event was held in the Moscow Novotel Hotel where 300 pediatricians attended. The conference speakers were the leaders in the International Infant Nutrition field: Prof. Zakharova (Moscow), Prof. Karagiozoglou (Greece) and Prof. Vandenplas (Belgium). The event was also broadcasted live across the Russian territory and specifically in the Kazan, Yekaterinburg and Perm regions where about 150 pediatricians also attended the symposium. On line attendance was outstanding as more than 800 Health care Professionals joined the symposium not only from the Russian Federation but also from some other countries also like Latvia, Ukraine, and Belarus.

We are very pleased with the total success of this important event that will assist us provide the optimum Infant Nutrition solution to families and HCPs across the vast Russian Federation.

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