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2012: A Good, Bad or Ugly Year for Servier?
The scandal surrounding Servier's diabetes drug, Mediator, continues to unravel in France and could have implications for the whole pharmaceutical industry as the country scrutinises its regulatory systems.


Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
Volume 24, Issue 2

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