Fast And Furious: How The First-To-Market Advantage Is Shrinking
The competitive dynamics in the pharmaceutical sector appear to be intensifying, with second- and third-to-market drugs reaching the market faster behind first-in-class drugs. That's putting more pressure on new drug launches and impacting drug pricing and rebating strategies.
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