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Sandoz CEO Saynor Signals No Change To Focus Amid Strategic Review

Novartis Unit’s Strategy Remains Unaltered As Parent Company Explores All Options

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Sandoz CEO Richard Saynor says the generics and biosimilars giant’s focus and strategy remain “unchanged” in the wake of a long-awaited announcement by parent company Novartis that it is exploring its options for the Sandoz business.

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