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Why Kevin Lee Left Pfizer To Push Bicycles

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The pharma wires have been busy recently with news of droves of big pharma executives leaving their posts to take up the top spot at small biotech companies. The latest is Dr Kevin Lee, the former chief scientific officer of the Rare Disease Research Unit at Pfizer. Here he tells Scrip's Sukaina Virji what prompted him to leave the glamorous life of a big pharma executive and take up his new job as chief executive officer of tiny Cambridge, UK-based biotech Bicycle Therapeutics.

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