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NME Candidates For 2012 Have Modest Ambitions; Standard Reviews And Small Molecules Dominate

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

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With the same range of novel product submissions as in 2011, the year ahead could reach an equally healthy tally of new molecular and novel biological entity approvals. But a look at upcoming applications suggests that the makeup of those classes could be very different.

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