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AstraZeneca’s Ambitious Plans For Alexion

New HQ In Kendall Square

Executive Summary

The UK major’s CEO, Pascal Soriot, said the setting-up of a new R&D hub in Cambridge, MA, which will also serve as the new corporate headquarters for Alexion, is "a milestone moment" for the rare diseases unit.

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