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R&D Restructurings Aim To Placate Investors While Pharma Waits For Results

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In response to poor R&D productivity and declining revenue as drug patents expire, Big Pharma companies have shrunk drastically to keep shareholders happy while they try to retool moribund R&D strategies.

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