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Shaw Leaves Lilly To Helm Gilead’s Kite

Executive Summary

After heading up Lilly Bio-Medicines for two-and-a-half years, Shaw will take over Gilead’s gene therapy subsidiary. At Lilly, she oversaw the approvals of Olumiant and Emgality and helped grow Taltz.

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