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Eisai, Morphotek Gain Biologics Manufacturing Capability With New Plant Opening

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Executive Summary

Eisai gains biologics capability from subsidiary Morphotek’s new biologics manufacturing plant, as Eisai ramps up in emerging markets and transitions itself in a post-Aricept patent world.

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