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Pharmaceutical Strategic Alliances: Sharing and Optimizing Risk

Executive Summary

If there was an overriding theme at this year's PSA, it was the search for balance of risk in pharma-biotech collaborations. PSA also showcased Big Pharma's efforts to expand in large molecules, and its attempts to dilute risk internally, by adopting the strategic habits of biotech companies.

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