Worldwide Novel Drug Launches Soared Amid Pandemic
But Sales Performances Were Less Than Stellar
The number of novel products launched in their first markets in 2020 hit record heights in spite of – and in part buoyed by – the pandemic, with an exceptional year for infectious diseases therapeutics and vaccines.
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