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Reportlinker Adds World Market for Cancer Therapeutics and Biotherapeutics, 3rd. Edition, The Report
Date:9/24/2009

Table 5-1 Leading Products, 2008

Table 5-2 Newly Approved Biological Therapies and Additional Indications, 2007 through March 2009

Table 5-3 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market, 2004-2013

Figure 5-1 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market, 2004-2013

Table 5-4 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market, Market by Product Type, (Monoclonal Antibodies,

Interleukins/ Interferons,Other) 2004-2013

Figure 5-2 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market, Market by Product Classification (Monoclonal Antibodies,Interleukins/ Interferons, Other) Other Revenues, 2004-2013

Figure 5-3 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market, Market by Product Classification and Percent Distribution, 2004-2013

Figure 5-4 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market, Market by Product Classification and Percent Market Share, 2008

Figure 5-5 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market, Market by Product Classification and Percent Market Share, 2013

Figure 5-6 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market

Figure 5-7 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market

Table 5-5 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market

Figure 5-8 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market

Table 5-6 World Biotherapeutics Market, Leading Suppliers Shares by Market Revenues, 2008

Figure 5-9 World Cancer Biotherapeutics Market, Leading Suppliers Market Share, 2008

WORLD CANCER THERAPIES: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST

Table 6-1 World Cancer Market, Market by Product Type, 2004-2013

Figure 6-1 World Cancer Market, Market by Product Type Revenues, 2004-2013

Figure 6-2 World Cancer Market, Market by Product Type and Percent Distribution, 2004-2013

Figure 6-3 World Cancer Market, Market by Product Typ
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