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Eril (fasudil hydrochloride)

Eril (fasudil hydrochloride) is a medication used for the treatment of brain ischemia and cerebral vasospasm.

How to buy Eril (fasudil hydrochloride): You can order Eril (fasudil hydrochloride) from TheSocialMedwork.com if the drug has not been approved or is not available in your country.

Disease Cerebrovascular Disorder
Manufacturer Various
Package 10 Vials
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Eril (fasudil hydrochloride)
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