We Haven’t Ruled Out Drug Price Increases, Says Regeneron’s Schleifer
In an exclusive interview, one of the most direct CEOs in the industry, Regeneron’s Len Schleifer, clarifies his attitude to drug pricing and growing internal innovation.
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