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Date posted 2014-01-01 01:45
Subject Bio Europe 2013 Alex Lewis 
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A fascinating, must watch, video of panelists from Europe bio conference 2013 with Oxb's Alex Lewis providing a little insight into the challenges faced about getting a product to market.

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Questions asked about how to get bigpharma interested in products, whether manufacturing is needed, analysis of past industry challenges and what can be learnt. Alex Lewis in his own words, also confirms what we all suspect that getting big pharma to go for prosavin is a difficult battle because of risk and the fact that there are alternatives out there. Panelists all agree, ocular is what will happen first, the question is, will it be our own oxford biomedica, I certainly hope so.
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