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Perrigo’s New Papa: CEO Brings Product Development Know-How To Post

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Joseph Papa brings 30 years of experience in healthcare and specialty generic pharmaceutical industries to his new position as president and CEO of Perrigo, the private-label manufacturer announced Sept. 11

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