Mylan's Mauro elected chair of GPhA
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Tony Mauro, president of Mylan North America and the company's Mylan Pharmaceuticals subsidiary, has been elected to serve as chair of the Generic Pharmaceutical Association's board of directors. His term as chair will last one year. He previously served two one-year terms as vice-chair of the association. Mr Mauro has worked at Mylan for 15 years, having previously served as chief operating officer, vice-president of strategic development and vice-president of sales before becoming president.
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