Pfizer On Reorganizing, M&A And Investing In Internal R&D
The big pharma's leadership weighs in on why it made sense to organize biosimilars under innovative medicines, why it is investing more in internal R&D, and why tuck-in deals are more appealing than transformative M&A.
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