Milk, Bread, Eggs and 100M for a Biotech Business - The Fall of Big Pharma and Rise of Heathcare Acquisitions


Mergers and acquisitions within the pharmaceutical industry

are quite common and should not come as a surprise to most.

However, within recent months the consolidation of the

pharmaceutical industry has vastly expanded and become

increasingly more frequent, as seen within the mergers

of many major pharmaceutical manufacturers. A merger

within the pharmaceutical industry may happen for various

different reasons such as an increase or gain in market share,

an acquisition for control of a blockbuster drug, access

to an emerging therapeutic area, enhanced research and

development productivity and/or access to new technology.

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