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Sherman gave his life to the singular purpose of our organization — innovating for patient affordability,” the commemoration read.
“Patients around the world live healthier and more fulfilled lives thanks to his life’s work, and his significant impact on healthcare and healthcare sustainability will have an enduring impact for many years to come.“As employees, we are proud of his tremendous accomplishments, honoured to have known him, and vow to carry on with the Apotex purpose in his honour.”The couple had donated millions across the city, from the United Jewish Appeal to the United Way.
Toronto police say the deaths are being treated as suspicious but won’t confirm the identities of the deceased.
(The Canadian Press)On Saturday, the home page of the Apotex website memorialized Barry Sherman and the legacy he built.“Dr.
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A charitable arm of Apotex has shipped millions of dollars worth of medicine to disaster zones.
In addition to donating to charities mainly in the Toronto area, Barry Sherman was a prominent backer of the Liberal party led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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