Lundbeck donates USD 1.5m to Danish Red Cross for emergency relief in Ukraine

Lundbeck is exploring ways to donate essential medicines to people in Ukraine, in addition to donating DKK 10m (USD 1.5m) to the Danish Red Cross to support the organization’s work in the war-struck nation.

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Danish Red Cross has received a donation of DKK 10m (USD 1.5m) from Lundbeck to support emergency relief efforts in Ukraine, the pharmaceutical firm announces in a post on Linkedin.

The company also reports that it is investigating ways to get essential medicines to the area for people in need.

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