Location of pharmaceutical innovation: 2000–2009

  title={Location of pharmaceutical innovation: 2000–2009},
  author={Yali Friedman},
  journal={Nature Reviews Drug Discovery},
The growth of research capabilities in emerging economies such as India and China has led many to question the status of innovation in the current leading economies such as the United States. Indeed, lower costs in emerging economies have already led to a substantial increase in the outsourcing of some of the more routine activities involved in pharmaceutical research and development (R&D), such as compound synthesis and preclinical toxicity tests, to organizations in these countries. Similar… CONTINUE READING
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