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Contract Research Outsourcing Market to Exceed $26.2 Billion by 2012, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
Date:10/22/2008

Contract Research Outsourcing (CRO), which came into being in the seventies, evolved into an essential component of pharmaceutical market scenario. Demand for CRO services is forecast to increase with mounting pressure on pharma and biotech companies to lower costs and augment productivity. World market for Contract Research Outsourcing is projected to exceed $26.2 billion by the year 2012.

San Jose, California (PRWEB), October 22, 2008 -- Contract Research Outsourcing (CRO) has emerged as a topic of great interest in the global pharmaceutical and biotechnology markets. Patent expiries, heightened competition in generic drug space, and dwindling drug discoveries necessitate research and development (R&D), innovation, and marketing of new pharma and biotech products to combat price fixing and cost escalations. Smaller product life spans, worldwide regulatory challenges, and the increasingly slim deadlines for clinical development magnify in-house R&D expenditure and affect productivity. The concept of CRO emerged as a means to control in-house R&D costs, expand capacities, and improve core skills. Contract research organizations now offer a whole array of expert services ranging from pharmacology, pre-clinical safety evaluation, clinical trial management, study design, statistical analysis, regulatory services, and data collection to product support. Over the past 15 years, CRO services expanded to encompass all aspects of the drug development process. Outsourcing of contract research is now close to 50% vis-à-vis 5% of early1990s.

Global Contract Research Outsourcing (CRO) market revenues totaled an estimated US$15.9 billion in 2007. Revenues in the US, the largest market, are projected t
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