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Shifts at Pfizer

Pfizer is closing a research and development site in the UK at Sandwich, Kent, notes In the Pipeline's Derek Lowe. About 2,400 people work at the site and Pfizer says that it hopes to transfer a few those positions to other sites. "Although the company says that perhaps several hundred may find positions elsewhere, this is a major blow to drug discovery operations in the UK," Lowe says.

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