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U.S. Biotech Ariad Builds European Presence For Imminent Iclusig Launches

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A new Swiss HQ for its European business and country-focused medical marketing teams are part of U.S.-based Ariad's solo push into the region, to be followed by development of new indications and new cancer-targeted therapies.

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