Quintiles IPO Points To Increased Pharma Productivity And Outsourcing
Slated for May 9, this offering for the largest CRO is expected to attract a wide range of investors, including health care specialists and growth-oriented generalists. The IPO filing shows how the biopharma industry is rebounding. But the CRO’s risk-sharing projects with pharma, which gained attention in recent years, don’t seem to be that productive.
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