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Niche, Lackluster: Two Words That Sum Up 2008 NME Launches

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The year 2008 won't go down as the bleakest for new molecular entity drug launches. After all, FDA did approve 24 novel biologics and new molecular entities in 2008, more than in any of the three years prior

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