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Takeda UK appoints Mark Reale as marketing communications manager

Takeda UK has appointed Mark Reale as marketing communications manager. 

Reale has 16 years experience within the pharmaceutical industry and returns to Takeda after several years with AstraZeneca (AZ), where he was hospital area sales manager, followed by professional relations manager within the cardiovascular division.

Reale will be responsible for both internal and external communications reporting directly to the strategic marketing director's team. He will also play a key role in liaising with all major stakeholder groups, ranging from KOLs and associated patient and professional medical societies through to NHS teams.

In addition, an integral part of Reale's role will be to work closely alongside Takeda's regional account directors to deliver a flexible patient-centred approach to all healthcare initiatives within the NHS. 

Reale said: "I am thrilled to return to Takeda UK in this new role and join a dedicated team that strives to forge a genuine partnership with the NHS in order to, ultimately, deliver optimal patient care."

3rd January 2008

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