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02/05/2011

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Sabine Mildor

Hello,

there is a good link collection here:

http://biotechnology.page.co.uk/

Best regards,

Sabine

Mike Wokasch

The challenges facing large, mega-merged pharma companies like Pfizer and Merck are well documented in the book Pharmaplasia™. These companies have few short term growth options left (e.g., buy another company).

For long-term growth they can either downsize operations (not R & D) to a point where they once again innovate with an intense focus on discovery research or they can build a “big box” model with a core competency for acquiring and commercializing broad product offerings in the evolving new healthcare market. I believe the R & D focused companies will prevail, because without innovative new products, there is no "big box" option. www.pharmareform.com

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