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Pharma Not-For-Profit Projects Can Only Improve Reputation

Increased Focus on Planet, Not Just Pills

Executive Summary

Sanofi is the latest drugmaker to announce a major initiative aimed at improving access to medicines in poorer countries, the type of move that should continue to lift the reputation of big pharma above the likes of big oil and big tobacco.

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