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Stockwatch: Riding the M&A rollercoaster

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Executive Summary

An important dynamic currently driving the biopharmaceutical space is the replacement of lost product revenue at pharmaceutical companies through merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions biotechs with promising pipelines. However, the hoped for renewal is not always a smooth path and is more often more akin to riding a rollercoaster.

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