Norgine Drives Role As Specialty Partner For Europe
Separates Out Consumer Healthcare Business
The mid-sized pharmaceutical company Norgine aims to grow its specialty business in Europe through targeted business development activities, while at the same time separating out its consumer healthcare activities into a new subsidiary.
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