Takeda opens new drug development center in China

Japan's Takeda is adding a new drug development center in Shanghai intended to complement the international clinical work now under way in Singapore and Cambridge, MA. Both of the existing operations, including the cancer drug developer Millennium in Cambridge, work with contract research organizations to advance new treatments through the clinic. Now the Shanghai operation will draw on the international team to study new drugs catering to the fast-growing market in China. Story

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