Tale of Two Molecules

February 20, 2018

Two molecules, both designed to treat the same condition, both with solubility challenges. Two biopharma companies racing to be first. Biopharma A chooses to move into trials as quickly as possible, while Biopharma B decides to address broader solubility concerns first. Who gets to market first may surprise you...download the infographic to find out.

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