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Death to the Primary Care Blockbuster? What 2007 Says About the Future of the Drug Industry

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The pharmaceutical industry just had its worst year of growth since 1961, and it doesn't look like there are enough primary care blockbuster launches in 2008 to turn those numbers around. The big lesson from 2007: specialty care is increasingly where pharma needs to be.

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