Ipsen Relocates U.S. R&D To Cambridge, Mass., Biotech Hub
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The French pharma is the latest company to move its researchers closer to the center of vibrant academic and medical research in Cambridge, Mass.
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