Celgene Goes Big And Early: Aims For Two New Blockbusters And A Robust, Transformative Pipeline
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The biotech has a three-pronged strategy to double revenues by 2017: continue to expand core multiple myeloma product Revlimid, bring new blockbusters online, and develop its early stage pipeline through deals.
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