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Fujifilm Promises A Shake-Up Of Regenerative Medicines Market

Executive Summary

Fujifilm has successfully transformed its business strategy by expanding away from traditional photographic film and toward new priority business fields – significantly in regenerative medicine. Identifying health care as a key growth area, Fujifilm targets the role of being a comprehensive provider in the fields of prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

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