Lundbeck has halted studies in Russia, continues to supply medicine

Like many other pharmaceutical firms recently, Lundbeck has paused its activities in Russia due to the invasion of Ukraine, but the company will still supply medicines for as long as sanctions allow.

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Pharmaceutical firm Lundbeck is watching the war in Ukraine with concern, in addition to making sure it complies with sanctions imposed on Russia due to its invasion of its neighboring country, the leadership team says at the company’s general meeting on Wednesday.

Some of this entails clinical studies, but also medicine, which Lundbeck has decided to continue supplying to Russia – something that is allowed under the current sanctions.

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