Big Pharma, On the Ropes, Says it Knows What it Wants from Genomics. But Will That Spur a Turnaround? | GenomeWeb

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. 14 – Representatives of pharmaceutical companies know precisely what they want from the genomics sector, and they aren’t shy about letting it know.

 

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