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Cost to develop new drug is $2.56B, Tufts center reports

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014

The cost of bringing a new drug to market is $2.56 billion, according to a report from the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development. The figure is more than double the center's last estimate of an inflation-adjusted $1.04 billion in 2003. Bloomberg (11/18) Reuters (11/18) American City Business Journals (11/18)


AstraZeneca announces $200M expansion at Md. biologics site

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014

Change needed for drug pricing that returns investment, CMO says

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Purdue Pharma's harder-to-abuse painkiller wins FDA approval

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

Gilead buys Knight Therapeutics' priority-review voucher for $125M

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014

White paper: Biologic market competition is hampered by FDA

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

BioMarin boosts pipeline with Prosensa buy

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 25, 2014

Study: Pharma competition rules influence drug prices, development

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

FDA fast-tracks pancreatic cancer drug from Merrimack

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014

Juno Therapeutics' leukemia drug gets FDA breakthrough status

BIO SmartBrief | Nov 25, 2014


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