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AstraZeneca Goes Virtual In Neuroscience R&D As Part Of Workforce Reduction

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AstraZeneca is to slash 12% of its workforce in the next three years, as the company forecasts declining revenues in 2012 because of its steep patent cliff, government pricing interventions and R&D pipeline failures.

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