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So Long, Old Friend: The End of the Blockbuster Drug Era? What 2008 Holds for Bringing Drugs to Market
Date:11/15/2007

Austin Partner and Former FDA Chief Counsel Daniel Troy

-- King & Spalding Partner John Bentivoglio

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