GSK outlines plans to become more ‘biotech-like'

Biotech is in. At least, that's the message from GlaxoSmithKline's Patrick Vallance, the pharma giant's head of drug discovery. In a speech in London on Monday Vallance made clear that Glaxo intends to become more "biotech-like" in advancing new therapies. That calls for smaller discovery teams which would be incentivized for creating value and ‘disincentivized' for value destruction. Report

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