CNS Expands Nasal Strip Technology to Include Horses

CNS, Inc., is developing a nasal strip that eases the breathing of horses during racing and other high-performance events, the company announced today. The strip performed as expected in an initial clinical trial at Kansas State University, and CNS plans to begin selling it during the fourth quarter of 1999.

According to the KSU test, the FLAIR(TM) equine nasal strip makes breathing

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