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When do you think the pharmaceutical industry will experience an economic recovery?
Pharma should see a recovery sometime in 2010:
83
45%
Pharma won't see a true recovery until 2011 or later:
102
55%
Total Votes:185 
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What impact do mega-mergers of biopharmaceutical companies have on the development of new drugs?
Improves the quality and number of innovative drugs available to patients.
Restricts innovation and the development of new drugs.
Has no impact on drug development.
Do not know.
Improves the quality and number of innovative drugs available to patients.
29%
Restricts innovation and the development of new drugs.
54%
Has no impact on drug development.
4%
Do not know.
13%
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