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Sanofi Targets 18 Drug Launches From 2012 To 2015

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

Executive Summary

Management highlighted several near-term product launch opportunities during a year-end sales and earnings call in an attempt to assure investors business goes on after Plavix, Avapro patent expirations.

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