European Biotech: Innovation Hotspots To Drive Growth
Therapeutic Area Clustering
Europe’s strengths in the biotech space include world-class science, but the continent needs to build on its strengths in order to deliver on the promise of a coming “golden age” of biotech, says a recent report.
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