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Sanofi Revamps Commercial Ops, Prioritizes Fixed-Ratio Lantus-Lyxumia Combo

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Sanofi plans to split its commercial organization into two units as the French drug giant starts to emerge from its patent cliff with a return to growth and a renewed focus on new diabetes therapies.

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