Tsai Trumpets Productivity of Novartis Pipeline
Spotlight On Mid-Stage Projects
As the Swiss major took a deep dive on its projects for diseases ranging from pancreatic cancer to osteoarthritis and kidney disease, development head John Tsai spoke about how the firm's digital capabilities are helping those programs advance quicker.
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