Pfizer looks to sustain older products in Japan through new business unit
This article was originally published in Scrip
Pfizer's Japanese subsidiary has begun commercial operations at a new established products division, through which it will more actively promote and develop its portfolio of older drugs and launch selected generics against a background of major patent expiries.
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