New Faces Top Tables In ‘Top Partners’ Survey Amidst Overall Decline
Celgene and Novo Nordisk crash what is typically a Big Pharma party with high marks in BCG’s latest biopharmaceutical partnering survey. But overall impressions of industry’s partnering prowess are down across the board.
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