Relying on Renagel
Executive SummaryIn the second of a two-part series focused on Genzyme's European operations, In Vivo Europe Rx looks at how Genzyme is addressing the challenges facing Renagel's uptake in Europe-cost-conscious reimbursement authorities, cheaper competitors and conservative physicians-in order to secure its most important mid-term growth source.
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