Costantini awarded France's Legion of Honour
This article was originally published in Scrip
Dominique Costantini, president ofBioAlliance Pharma's executive board, has been made a knight in France's Legion of Honour. She received her insignia from Professor Claude Griscelli, a former director of France's national medical research council.
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