Microlesions in heart muscle may contribute to cardiac complications in elderly patients, a study shows.
Financial Growing Pains of a Biotech Illustrations by Tomasz Walenta Large risks and high costs dominate the financial life cycle of a biotechnology company, but the potential payoffs are huge. By Sam Hall and Alastair J.J. Wood Illustrations by Tomasz Walenta Related Articles 2, legacy pharmaceutical companies typically pay biotech licensors a midpoint value of ~$220 million for Phase III drugs, compared with only ~$65 million for drugs in Phase I clinical
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