Your First Drug's Approved and Launched...Now What?
FDA new drug approvals are making a comeback, and a group of biopharma first-timers are leading the way. To understand the challenges they face in the transition from discovery to commercialization, IN VIVO looked at 50 companies spanning the past 10 years. Finally reaching the US market might be a biotech's defining moment, but for those who build to last, there could be more rewards beyond that first approval.
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