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Internal R&D vs. CROs: AstraZeneca, Novartis Tout Advantages Of Staying In-House

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Executive Summary

Novartis reports savings of $100 mil. by decreasing its use of contract research organizations. AstraZeneca sees improved R&D productivity by relying less on CROs and by conducting clinical trials outside the U.S.

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