How Eisai Hopes To Expand In India
Japan's Eisai appears set for a significant step up in product introductions in India. Improving access to these medicines for patients in the largely self-pay market is at the fulcrum of its strategy, Dr Sanjit Singh Lamba, managing director of Eisai Pharmaceuticals India Pvt Ltd, tells Scrip. Newer options like a second brand approach may also be evaluated for certain new products to expand access and availability across the country.
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