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LMG Life Sciences Awards Europe 2021: winners revealed

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In this second annual awards programme, LMG announces winners in 45 practice area categories

LMG Life Sciences is thrilled to congratulate all the winners of the LMG Life Sciences Awards Europe 2021.

This awards programme aims to recognise complex and innovative work completed in the life sciences sector through several practice area categories.

The LMG Life Sciences editorial and awards teams express their deepest gratitude to every firm that participated in this year’s research and congratulate all of the winners and shortlisted nominees.

The awards podcast can be accessed along with a full list of winners on the LMG Life Sciences awards website via the link below.

The winners await ...

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