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A Bird’s Eye View Of The Rare Disease R&D Landscape

Executive Summary

The number of drugs in development for rare diseases have increased by 56%, with the number of rare diseases on the development map also increasing by 23% in just three years, demonstrating ongoing interest and seemingly increased enthusiasm for research within these areas of high unmet needs.

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