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The changing dynamics of the life sciences landscape

13 December 2016 | By

The life sciences industry is dynamic and as we move towards 2020 and beyond, associated technologies will continue to converge. The forthcoming political, socio-economic and scientific era will throw up challenges, however, with these challenges will come great opportunities. As times change, pharmaceutical companies will need to employ innovative strategies…

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