It Has Been A Long Farewell To The Medicines Company
The company Novartis is buying for $9.7bn is largely unrecognizable from the one Clive Meanwell started in 1996, grew into a multi-product hospital specialist and began to sunset in 2015 with the loss of Angiomax.
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