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The Complexities, Cost of Midwest Biotech Drug Development

CHICAGO In trying to explain the complexities of the biotech industry to investors, academics and start-up biotech companies, most people now understand that it is a long, painstaking and expensive process. What they don't understand is why.

A brief primer in the drug discovery and development process shows us the following pathway:



Logical questions to the above inc......

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Another situation with the FDA exists for drugs for life-threatening disea......

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It has been said that it costs up to $800 to $900 million for Big Pharma to develop a successful drug. That is a higher amount than you are citing. Why?
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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 11/24/03


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