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November 30, 2005
Despite an AP story today that named a Merck/Banyu research site in Japan, It looks like it's the Merck research site in England (Terlings Park, Harlow, Essex) that will close, as some rumors already had it. A comment was left to the post below that seems to confirm things, and I believe that it's authentic.
I'm sorry to see it. They've been doing good work there for a long time - a large part of the Substance P story that I spoke about here was done at Terlings Park, for example. Here's hoping that Merck doesn't have to cut more in the future.
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