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New Approaches To Innovation Needed To Reach Globe's Poor At The "Bottom Of The Pyramid" - And To Fend Off Emerging Competitors Around The World

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Life science companies looking to provide healthcare solutions to the poorer, "bottom of the pyramid" - a population reaching more than 600 million people in India alone - should focus on business model innovation as much as on innovative products, according to delegates at the U.S.-India Chamber of Commerce biopharmaceutical and healthcare summit in Cambridge, Mass

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