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Biopharma M&A In An Era Of Elusive Growth, Capital Triage, and New Competitors

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Investor-friendly capital allocation and the rising strength of large biotechs and specialty pharmas have jeopardized Big Pharma’s position of strength in M&A. Analysis by Ernst & Young suggests that industry’s largest companies face unusual challenges – and must adapt to new marketplace realities.

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