New Takeda India Leadership Amid Realignment
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Whether or not it's a rejig in the normal course of business isn't very clear, but Japanese pharma giant Takeda has "realigned" certain teams as it pursues plans to provide sustainable access to its medicines under a new leadership in India.
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