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Solution Development: A Model For Structuring Biotechs And Developing Better Drugs

Executive Summary

The biopharma industry must think differently about funding high-risk/reward development of drug candidates against novel targets. Multiplexing Phase II proof-of-concept trials can light a path toward lower-risk pivotal studies and provide a model for building biotechs to deliver what patients, providers, payors, and investors all want: solutions.

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