Deborah Dunsire is breaking an old pattern: The definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over, expecting a different outcome

In her first three years at Lundbeck, one of Deborah Dunsire's missions has been to rethink the pipeline and the way in which clinical trials are carried out, attempting to avoid more big and costly failures in clinical development at the company.

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Few and far between have been product launches at Lundbeck the past few years, including the three years led by Deborah Dunsire, with the only new launch being that of Vyepti, which is – for Lundbeck – a relatively new area: migraine.

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