What Pharma Can Do About Brexit: Views From The C-Suite
London-based pharma consultancy Novasecta systematically researched the implications of the Brexit vote over the three-month period since the UK referendum vote in late June. The firm shares insights from its conversations with pharma company execs, and offers advice on managing in these uncertain times.
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