Oncology Deal-Making The Daiichi Way
$13bn Deal Value In 18 Months
Daiichi Sankyo’s relatively young strategic pivot into oncology is paying major dividends, with two huge global deals with AstraZeneca now in the bag within 18 months. Scrip takes a closer look with the help of insights from the Japanese firm’s global oncology R&D head.
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