Sales, Marketing, and R&D Trends from Industry Analysts
Genomics Will Drive Drug Development
Global Medical Devices and Diagnostic Market to Top $300 Billion in Five Years
2005 Year of Robust Growth for Biotech
GAO Calls for Improvements in FDA’s Postmarket Decision-Making and Oversight Process
Adjunctive Cancer Therapies Market to Top $24 Billion by 2010
Success of E.U. Pharmaceutical Industry Depends on Proactive Regulatory Legislation
Life-Cycle Management Drives Viability of Mature Drugs
Genetic Disease Market to Reach $7.3 Billion by 2010
Sidebar: U.S. Market for Therapeutics and Diagnostics for Genetic Diseases, by Segment through 2010
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