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Pharmaceutical Market Europe - February 2013

This issue PME talks to …

Steven Bates

The BioIndustry Association CEO talks about the state of UK biotech, its shared ecosystem with the country's pharmaceutical industry and the funding challenges biotech faces 

And we take a look at …

Orphan diseases

Orphan diseases represent one of the most exciting and emotive areas in modern medicine and need a communications strategy that covers a spectrum of issues, say Dr Jonathan Morton and Dr Richard White of OxfordPharmagenesis

South Korea: the ascendance of biobetters

Global pharma companies need to take the capabilities and experience of South Korean firms into consideration when developing their competitive strategies

Masterclass: channel strategy

Channel strategy could be a significant stone unturned in the battle to win customers and patients, says David Watson of a MSI Consultancy

Innovation: what to look out for in 2013

Context-based services and social media are among the major technology trends that pharma will need to embrace in the year ahead

Pipeline: promising treatments for melanoma

The BREAK-2 phase II trial showed that dabrafenib 150mg twice daily had rapid onset of action, high response rates and prolonged progression-free survival 

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