At Takeda there is a role called a Medical Science Liaison (MSL), a job that involves listening to doctors who see patients on a daily basis and paving the way to better treatments for symptoms that are not addressed by current medicines.
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My job involves working with international organizations to develop policies that improve access to medicines for people worldwide.
Our work begins with the need to solve a problem, then quickly becomes a mission: to develop medicines that can help patients.
I’m a drug discovery chemist. I lead a team that designs and synthesizes drug candidates, and our goal is to become the best team of our kind in the world.
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I am in charge of our drug substance manufacturing processes.
I am in charge of the marketing for an anticancer drug, for multiple myeloma.