Teva Quits PhRMA As Financial, Policy Challenges Loom For The Brand/Generic Hybrid Giant
With a leadership position in the US generics association and a new CEO focused on how to reallocate resources, Teva leaves the brand trade association after a review of the ‘effectiveness and value of engagements.’
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