Purdue Pharma: From Blockbuster Success To Bankrupt Villain
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Crystal ball gazing is a tricky, sometimes futile, endeavor. No one knows what the future holds, but there are consistent scenarios emerging that are being debated by industry leaders as they try to foretell and outsmart key market catalysts expected to ripple across the biopharma sector in 2020. With insights from executives, investors and consultancies, as well as our own experts, In Vivo can paint a picture of biopharma wins and woes expected in the new year and new decade.