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Purdue Pharma invests in oncology R&D

Purdue Pharma announced completion of significant oncology related investments as part of its ongoing efforts to diversify its scientific research into areas of high unmet medical need. Through these investments, executed over a multi-year period and capped recently in 2017, Purdue is establishing a portfolio of drug candidates with the potential to deliver new cancer therapies to […]

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