Arteryex Acquisition To Enhance Eisai's Digital Strategy
Tokyo Venture Adds To Digital Service Platform
Eisai is acquiring Japanese software company Arteryex as part of a digital shift strategy, with the two companies to work together to develop and provide services around personal data, including health records.
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