Takeda's Investments In Data Science Seek Improved Trial Outcomes, R&D Efficiency
President of R&D Andrew Plump notes that much of the work to rationalize Takeda's pipeline after its Shire acquisition took place years ago when the Japanese pharma streamlined its R&D organization, but investments in data science to improve clinical trial outcomes and R&D efficiency are ongoing.
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