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Investors Like “Breakthrough” Therapies, But Real Test Still To Come

Executive Summary

FDA confidence to devote time and resources for a breakthrough product resonates with investors and analysts, but the real program value in terms of product sales is yet to be seen. Sponsors also must be careful to manage investor expectations once the breakthrough designation is secured.


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