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J.P. Morgan Notebook Day 1: Pfizer, Gilead, Alnylam, Novartis, Sarepta, Deal Trends And Cell Therapy Challenges

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News and notes from the 2019 J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. Pfizer CEO Bourla underscores need for scientific and commercial innovation, Gilead makes M&A a priority, Novartis' new R&D chief reflects on first meeting with CEO Narasimhan, Sarepta CEO Ingram clarifies regulatory path for micro-dystrophin, J.P. Morgan outlines deal and macro biopharma trends in 2019, and cell therapy panel discusses manufacturing challenges.

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