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DENK PHARMA is a global company with core competence in the area of health care. DENK PHARMA was founded in Munich, Germany in 1948. We have a strong focus on export markets and presently supply our DENK PHARMA premium medicine and food supplements around the world. For more than 70 years, we have delivered quality that is “Made in Germany” – we manufacture, quality control and register all of our products in Germany. This enables us to ensure that all patients worldwide receive the same high-quality as they do in Germany.

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