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Publication of Shire plc's Annual Report 2008
Date:3/25/2009

e pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries are also characterized by continuous product development and technological change. The Group's products could, therefore, be rendered obsolete or uneconomic, through the development of new products, technological advances in manufacturing or production by its competitors.

If the Group's projects or clinical trials for the development of products are unsuccessful, its products will not receive authorization for manufacture and sale

Due to the complexity of the formulation and development of pharmaceuticals, the Group cannot be certain that it or its collaborative partners will successfully complete the development of new products, or, if successful, that such products will be commercially viable.

Before obtaining regulatory approvals for the commercial sale of each product under development, the Group or its collaborative partners must demonstrate through clinical and other studies that the product is of appropriate quality and is safe and effective for the claimed use. Clinical trials of any product under development may not demonstrate the quality, safety and efficacy required to result in an approvable or a marketable product. Failure to demonstrate adequately the quality, safety and efficacy of a therapeutic drug under development would delay or prevent regulatory approval of the product. In addition, regulatory authorities in Europe, the US, Canada and other countries may require additional studies, which could result in (a) increased costs and significant development delays, or (b) termination of a project if it would no longer be economically viable. The completion rate of clinical trials is dependent upon, among other factors, obtaining adequate clinical supplies and recruiting patients. Delays in patient enrolment in clinical trials may also result in increased costs and program delays. Additional delays can occur in instances in which the Group s
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