From Antibodies To Vaccines: How Prestige BioPharma Is Shaping Its Future
Asia Axes In Korea, Singapore
The vice-chairman of Singapore-based Prestige Group talks to Scrip about the biopharma's strategies in Asia and elsewhere, as it focuses on vaccines for COVID-19 and other diseases, along with novel antibody therapeutics in oncology and biosimilars.
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