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Date:12/8/2010

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Figure 18: Rituxan – SWOT 2010 48

Figure 19: Plavix, Global, Revenues ($m) 2007-2009 50

Figure 20: Plavix– SWOT 2010 51

Figure 21: Risperdal, Global, Revenues ($m) 2007-2009 53

Figure 22: Risperdal – SWOT 2010 54

Figure 23: Personalized Medicine Market, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, 2010 68

Figure 24: Personalized Medicine Market, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Global, Cancer Biomarkers Market Revenues ($bn), 2007–2016 69

Figure 25: Personalized Medicine Market, Global, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Market Segmentation by Indication, 2009 70

Figure 26: Personalized Medicine Market, Global, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Breast Cancer Biomarkers Market Revenues ($m), 2007–2016 71

Figure 27: Personalized Medicine Market, Global, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Prostate Cancer Biomarkers Market Revenues ($m), 2007–2016 72

Figure 28: Personalized Medicine Market, Global, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Lung Cancer Biomarkers Market Revenues ($m), 2007–2016 73

Figure 29: Personalized Medicine Market, Global, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Colorectal Cancer Biomarkers Market Revenues ($m), 2007–2016 74

Figure 30: Personalized Medicine Market, Global, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Cervical Cancer Biomarkers Market Revenues ($m), 2007–2016 75

Figure 31: Personalized Medicine Market, Global, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Head and Neck Cancer Biomarkers Market Revenues ($m), 2007–2016 76

Figure 32: Personalized Medicine Market, Global, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Pancreatic Cancer Biomarkers Market Revenues ($m), 2007–2016 77

Figure 33: Personalized Medicine Market, Global, Biomarkers in Cancer Research, Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers Market Revenues ($m), 2007–2016 78

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