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Mitsubishi Tanabe's Key Products And M&A Rumors Tempered By Management Issues

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TOKYO - Mitsubishi Tanabe has industry observers scratching their heads. On one hand, the company has rights in Asia for telaprevir, a high-profile hepatitis C treatment, and its oral multiple sclerosis therapy Gilenya (fingolimod) recently gained approval in the U.S. through ex-Japan licensee Novartis and is on file for approval in Japan. But the company's repeated supply chain irregularities raise concern over management's ability to handle its manufacturing quality control process

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