Back To The Future: Novo’s Sørensen Reflects On CEO Years And Tasks Ahead For Industry
Lars Rebien Sørensen scrutinizes the pharmaceutical industry and shares with In Vivo his vision for the future of the Novo Nordisk Foundation. With 16 years as CEO of Novo Nordisk under his belt, as well as many more years in leadership roles at the Danish company, Sørensen reflects on the past and gives his predictions for the future of the innovative drug development sector.
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