Pharma Q3 Preview: Amgen, Allergan, Pfizer, GSK And Sanofi
Pfizer CEO Ian Read will preside over his last sales and earnings call as the big pharma's chief executive, while for GlaxoSmithKline, uncertainty lingers over the timing of a generic Advair. Amgen will have its second opportunity to talk to investors about its 60% Repatha price cut, while answering questions about Aimovig strategy and Neulasta biosimilars. And other topics to watch in the next earnings calls...
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