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R&D Drug Pipeline Database: 1-Year Subscription

La Merie Publishing
Published Date » 2010-08-02
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R&D Drug Pipeline Database: 1-Year Subscription
 Product description 
 Subscription to La Meries proprietary R&D Drug Pipeline Database provides online access to more than 12,000 project entries in all therapeutic areas and product categories. Each project is specified for its Target or Mechanism of Action, Product Category, Therapeutic Area, indication and R&D Phase. Use of the R&D database of marketed and investigational drugs is intuitive. Data sets of interest can be printed and exported. Projects are being updated continuously. The R&D history of each project with online references of information sources can be viewed and printed. Sales figures of major products are provided. The projects can be segmented into Therapeutic Areas, Territories, Product Categories...
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