J.P. Morgan Day 4: Preparing For The Year Ahead
Daily notebook from the virtual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference: Updates from Galapagos, Ipsen, LG Chem, Hanmi and Fosun; experts discuss deal and financial outlook at Biotech Showcase, plus the impact of RMAT and the changing landscape for rare diseases.
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