In-Licensed Drugs Bring More Growth Than In-House, Study Shows
Datamonitor Healthcare analysis finds that as companies across the biopharmaceutical industry rely increasingly on externally sourced assets, per-drug revenue bears out this strategy. Part one of a series on the review of the impact, and potential, of externalizing R&D.
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