External R&D Is Up, But Which Companies Are Reaping The Most Benefit?
Amgen, Novartis and Lilly are projected to increase sales from externally sourced assets in the coming years, according to a Datamonitor Healthcare analysis, while other big pharma – including frequent acquirer Pfizer and smaller-deal-oriented Bristol – are expected to see that ratio decline compared to sales of internally developed drugs.
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