In an effort to keep our shareholders and analysts informed and up to date on the progress of our promising R&D programs, we are launching Teva In-Focus. This new webinar series provides an in-depth view of Teva’s R&D strategies and progress in primary therapeutic areas in a format that is focused, detailed, and accessible. Teva In-Focus kicks off on Tuesday, October 8 th at 8:00am Eastern Time with a focus on our Respiratory franchise, providing insight into Teva’s commercial and R&D franchise as well as our strategy for building a leadership position in respiratory therapies. Teva In-Focus will include a review of the global market and unmet needs, our approach to innovation and therapeutic development, and a deep dive into key projects that we believe will drive Teva’s future growth in the respiratory market. Dr. Michael Hayden, Teva’s President of Global R&D and Chief Scientific Officer, will lead the webinar and will be joined by Teva’s respiratory franchise leadership including Hans Luijendijk, Head of Global Respiratory Marketing, Global Specialty Medicine Group and Dr. Tushar Shah, Global Respiratory R&D, Teva Global R&D. A question and answer session will follow the presentation.
|Webinar access details:|
|Meeting Title:||Teva Respiratory Webinar|
|Meeting Date:||October 08, 2013|
|Meeting Time:||08:00 AM [Eastern Time]|
|Duration:||1 Hour 30 Minutes|
|1 (800) 303-0442||US Toll Free|
|1 (847) 413-3733||International|
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