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ABSTRACT: For the full year 2002, the top ten biotechnology houses generated combined revenues (= royalties/licensing income + ethical or product sales; product sales includes both diagnostic and prescription drugs) of US$15.9bn, a 27 per cent increase over 2001. Using Datamonitor's proprietary forecasting methodology, the ethical sales of the ten leading biotechnology companies (Amgen, Genentech, Serono, Genzyme, Biogen, Chiron, MedImmune, Gilead, IDEC and Celltech) are forecast to grow from US$17...
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