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Origin: [See Rock.]
Roche is a civil parish and village in mid-Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village gets its name from a granite outcrop east of the village. Roche is the Norman-French word for Rock. On the northern flank of the village is the 20-metre high Roche Rock, a large granite outcrop. Nearby are the towns of Bodmin and St Austell, as well as the Eden Project. The civil servant Charles Knight was born in Roche and Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament Matthew Taylor retired there .
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Many European pharma names will benefit from this, our favourites being Roche, GlaxoSmithKline and Novo Nordisk.
This new building can be seen as a defiant reaction to the arrival of others moving into a space Roche has dominated for the last 15 years.
Pressure will rise on drugs that are less sophisticated. But the United States will still offer an environment that supports and rewards real innovation. Roche is well placed.
Roche could have six new active pharmaceutical ingredients approved within two years. We never had this before, given the latest developments it is not at all the case any more that everything has to succeed in terms of what lies ahead with the pipeline in the near term. If even a part succeeds we are on course for further sustainable sales growth.
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