Japan Pharma Climbing Aboard Digital Health Train, But Not Up To Speed?
The still somewhat loosely defined concept of 'digital health' continues to take concrete forms through recent deals in Japan, where major pharma firms are building initiatives related mainly to patient well-being.
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