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January 31, 2011
What's the Most Worthwhile New Drug Since 1990?
A query from a reader prompts me to ask this question, in preparation for a rather long post in the new future. What do you think is the most worthwhile new pharmaceutical brought to market since 1990? That's an arbitrary cutoff, but twenty years is a reasonable sample size. And I'll let everyone define "worthwhile" as they see fit - improvement over existing drugs, opening new therapeutic areas, cost-effectiveness, what have you. Just be sure to make your case, briefly, when you nominate a candidate. Let's see, first off, if it's a topic that can be agreed on at all.
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