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Biotechs Choosing Brazil For Drug Development And Early Sales

LATAM Provides A Significant Patient Population For Many Rare Conditions

Executive Summary

Brazil has established an accelerated pathway for approval of drugs for ultra-rare diseases, encouraging development activity – but the definition of qualifying drugs is narrow. Expansion to include more treatments could boost clinical trials activity and companies’ overall development presence.

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