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A Better Year for Drug Approvals? Not Really

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

By FDA's count, novel drug approvals were up more than 30% in 2008, to a respectable 24. Unfortunately, the number of Innovative Commercial Therapies was no better than it has been for the past four years. But it could have been worse.

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