Teva Looks To Novartis To Replace Departing Dethlefs
Current Teva North America Commercial Head Will Leave Company In November
Teva’s commercial interests in North America will soon be under new leadership after the firm announced that Sven Dethlefs would leave the company in mid-November. The firm has looked to the branded sector for his replacement.
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