PhRMA Uses Allergan Stage In Campaign To Keep Focus On Industry's Reputation For Innovation
PhRMA CEO Stephen Ubl visited Allergan's Irvine, Calif. R&D and manufacturing campus as the trade association continues its "Go Boldly" campaign promoting biopharma innovation in an effort to counteract the hit the industry's reputation has taken from drug pricing concerns.
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