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Biopharma In 2014: Early Access Gains Offset Taxation, Pricing Woes

Executive Summary

The year was marked by record levels of biopharma M&A activity and a strong IPO market. Measures designed to deliver early access to new medicines continued to advance on both sides of the Atlantic, while pricing came in for renewed attention as new, highly effective but extremely expensive products reached the market.

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