Adapt Or Die: Sanofi CSO On R&D Challenges Within Unstable Industry
Sanofi's chief scientific officer Gary Nabel, who joined the company in 2012 from the NIH, discusses R&D challenges for Sanofi and the wider pharma industry, and highlights the company's biggest drug development achievements and toughest moments over the last few years.
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