Leo Pharma Pursues Deals, New Drugs, To Compete With Big Pharma
Denmark’s specialty dermatology company, Leo Pharma, has globalized its infrastructure and is now investing in its internally and externally sourced product pipeline to help it compete with big pharma companies keen to move into the therapeutic area.
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