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Kyowa Kirin International (KKI) is leaping forward to establish itself as a Japan-based global specialty pharmaceutical company. We strive to contribute to the health and well-being of people around the world, and have the goal of answering the unmet medical needs of patients, their families and healthcare professionals.
Our specialty pharmaceutical business was established as ProStrakan in Galashiels in the Scottish Borders, expanding through partnerships and acquisitions before becoming part of Kyowa Hakko Kirin in 2011. The company was rebranded as Kyowa Kirin International in 2016 and has recently opened an office in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.
The company’s focus is in oncology and rare diseases and it is entering into a phase of unprecedented rapid expansion, as it introduces a series of novel treatments which address unmet therapeutic needs. As well as transforming the lives of the patients concerned, this growth will create many exciting new roles across the UK and overseas.
Underlying our business philosophy is a firm commitment to ethical behaviour with key values based on integrity, innovation and teamwork. The interests of the patients our products treat will always be at the centre of what we do.
Kyowa Kirin – Commitment to Life
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