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Still Time To File: Potential NDA/BLA Candidates In Queue For 2014

Executive Summary

Potentially, 38 drugs are in queue to be filed for approval in the US before the year’s end, according to Informa’s BioMedTracker. Which drugs are the most likely candidates?

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