Santen CEO's Clear Vision For World 'Built On Ability To See'
Ex-Japan Markets To Drive Growth
CEO of Japanese ophthalmology specialist lays out clear-sighted business vision as track laid for expansion into global markets and new indications amid expiry challenges at home. New modalities are also being explored to meet needs in demanding disorders, Shigeo Taniuchi tells Scrip in an exclusive interview.
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