Cubist looks to dominate antibiotics game
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Cubist Pharmaceuticals could have multiple new drugs on the market within the next few years, making the hospital and acute care-focused company a dominant player in the antibiotics game based on its pipeline assets, acquisitions of Trius Therapeutics and Optimer Pharmaceuticals, and Cubist's advocacy for incentives to encourage antibiotic development.
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