GGB Awards Return To Frankfurt In November
Entries Are Now Open Ahead Of 2 November Awards Ceremony In Germany
The Global Generics & Biosimilars Awards returns to Frankfurt this November, celebrating the greatest achievements across the generics, biosimilars and value added medicines industries. Entries are now open and you can book tickets to attend, both of which are free of charge.
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