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Merck Serono et l'Institut Feinstein vont s'associer pour développer un programme pré-clinique portant sur les maladies inflammatoires
Date:1/29/2013

met à la disposition des patients, dans 150 pays, des médicaments majeurs dans les domaines de l'oncologie, de la sclérose en plaques, de l'infertilité, des troubles endocriniens et métaboliques, ainsi que dans le domaine des maladies cardio-vasculaires. Aux États-Unis et au Canada, EMD Serono opère en tant que filiale juridiquement indépendante de Merck Serono.

Merck Serono découvre, développe, produit et commercialise des médicaments de prescription, obtenus par synthèse chimique ou issus de la biotechnologie, dans des indications relevant de spécialistes médicaux. Nous avons pris l'engagement sur le long terme de développer de nouveaux traitements dans nos domaines thérapeutiques cibles que sont l'oncologie, la neurologie et l'immunologie.

À propos de Merck

Fort d'une histoire qui a commencé en 1668 et d'un avenir construit grâce à plus de 40 000 salariés répartis dans 67 pays, Merck est un groupe pharmaceutique et chimique mondial, dont les ventes se sont élevées à 10,3 milliards d'euros en 2011. L'une des clés de sa réussite tient au sens de l'innovation de ses employés. Les activités de Merck sont chapeautées par la société Merck KGaA, dont le capital est détenu à hauteur d'environ 70% par la famille Merck et à hauteur d'environ 30% par des actionnaires extérieurs. L'ancienne filiale américaine Merck & Co. est totalement autonome depuis 1917, et n'a depuis plus aucun lien avec le groupe Merck.

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