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The Cost To Bring A New Drug To Market? $1.3bn, JAMA Study Finds

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The mean R&D investment required to bring a new drug to market was $1.3bn in a new study estimating pharma R&D costs, lower than the $2.8bn frequently cited from a prior study.

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