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In a Year of Unprecedented Growth for Biotechnology Innovation, Targeted Therapies Gain Most Significant Traction, According to New Deloitte Study
Date:6/17/2008

g discovery, development and realization to measure the inputs and outputs of innovation during the process of bringing new products to market. The six key innovations were selected based on their impact on patient care and health outcomes: targeted therapies with companion molecular diagnostics, monoclonal antibodies (MAbs), stem cell therapy, RNA interference (RNAi), drug device combinations and radiotherapy.

Additional benchmark findings based on data from the Deloitte report indicate:

-- Targeted therapies with companion molecular diagnostics - Have quickly

progressed from idea to realization as a number of new products entered

the market in the last few years. Discovery innovation remains active

and development continues.

-- Monoclonal antibodies - Have achieved widespread clinical acceptance in

the past three years after more than 20 years of variable progress.

However, the volume of discovery innovations has dropped off as they

move into the next stage, development. New structures and methods have

resulted in a fresh set of innovations, some of which are already in

the clinic.

-- Stem cells - Have achieved a high level of discovery innovation over

the past six years; however realization and development have not yet

occurred.

-- RNAi - As a newer technology in the area of therapeutic treatment, RNAi

experienced discovery innovation only in the last four years; however,

there has been modest development and no realization yet.

-- Drug-device combinations - Have achieved general acceptance over the

past six years, and as this trend toward convergence evolves, a second

wave of innovation suggests future realization activity.

-- Radiotherapy - A relatively mature innovation, radiotherapy has

experienced a recent burst of innovation over the past three years

resulting
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