Back In Fashion? Boston’s CBO Talks Turkey On Reinvigorating Pharma’s Unwanted Assets
Constantine Chinoporos, Boston Pharmaceuticals’ CBO, talks to Scrip about its deal strategy and how it intends to build its pipeline over the next few years, liberated from the constraints of portfolio management.
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