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Anju Ghangurde

Executive Editor, APAC

Mumbai, India

Anju has been a journalist since 1993 including stints at India's leading financial dailies. She covers a range of topics across the pharma and biosimilar landscape. Drug pricing, policy and regulatory affairs, M&A and patents are areas of special interest to her. She is also a recipient of the British Chevening Scholarship for Young Indian Journalists (2000-01) awarded by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.

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