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For most emerging bio-pharma or medtech companies, establishing a development or commercialization partnership is a core component of their strategic plan, and, sealing the deal is cause for much celebration. While hard work and a number of all-nighters may go into signing an agreement, ensuring the partnership achieves its objectives and sails across the finish line is often harder, and often a bumpy ride...
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