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Top of the morning to you. Gray skies are hovering over the Pharmalot campus right now, but our spirits remain sunny, nonetheless. Why? We will trot out a bit of insight from the Morning Mayor, who would say “Every new day should be unwrapped like a precious gift.” To celebrate the notion, we are brewing still more cups of stimulation and invite you to join us. And there is yet another celebration at hand as Mrs. Pharmalot turns a notable page on the proverbial calendar. Meanwhile, here are a few items of interest. Hope you have a smashing day and, of course, do stay in touch. …

Seagen chief executive officer Clay Siegall was arrested and charged with domestic assault after a drunken night at his suburban Seattle mansion turned violent, STAT writes, citing police records, raising questions about when the biotech company learned of the incident and how quickly it took action afterward. On April 23, Siegall, 61, repeatedly shoved his wife to the ground during a late-night dispute, according to an arrest report, resulting in bruises and abrasions. The incident happened after he became enraged when he walked in on his wife in bed with another couple, according to a written statement from a witness. Siegall told police he did not assault his wife.

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