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(C) Lundbeck 2013 - Barbara Jaszewski

Network intelligence for Lundbeck’s new drugs
Time is tight for Andreas Eggert and Barbara Jaszewski

January 2013. The success of its new drugs against alcohol abuse critically depends on the Danish drugmaker's capability to outbeat generics and more distinctive improvements than other branded therapeutics after market launch. Time is tight for Andreas Eggert and Barbara Jaszewski, his new colleague for global Pricing and Market Access.

 

 

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