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- The market in biologics could be worth $3.5 billion by 2010, with opportunities offered both by new biopharmaceuticals and old ones coming off patent, said consultant Monica Darnborough, Ph.D., formerly head of the U.K. government's bioscience unit. Addressing the "BioLogic Europe" conference held in Geneva recently, she added that, ...
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