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Carl Icahn’s Partial Victory In Battle For Forest: One Board Seat

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Primary care-focused pharma reports that preliminary voting results show former OSI executive Pierre Legault was elected to the Forest board, replacing long-time member and outgoing compensation committee Chairman Dan Goldwasser.

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