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Move Over Late-Stage Alliances; Enter Acquisitions

Executive Summary

The higher the cost of late-stage alliances, the likelier acquisitions are. And that's just what our statistical view of significant acquisitions is showing--the number of $100mm-plus biotech acquisitions has increased dramatically over the last half-decade, including an increasing percentage from Big Pharma.

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