Issue Date: February 8, 2010
It’s been a turbulent few years for companies developing antibiotics. Several late-stage drug candidates have suffered setbacks, and companies claim the regulatory environment has become confusing at best. But the Food & Drug Administration is beginning to offer more clarity on data it needs to approve new antibiotics. And as more development programs reach late-stage trials, biotech firms with promising drugs are finding partners ready to pay big bucks for them.
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