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The past three years have been quite eventful in the CRO world. We’ve had service provider mergers and we’ve had service provider mega-mergers. We’ve had biopharma mergers and we’ve had biopharma mega-mergers. We’ve had public offerings and we’ve had privatizations. Overall, the CRO market has been one of the best performing sectors in the financial circles.
ISR’s report gives quantitative insight into the perpetual question: “What is the size of the CRO market?” The data provide a thorough, rational perspective for clinical development services segmented by phase, geography, and service line.
- Estimated R&D expenditures through 2020
- Projected spending through 2020 segmented by source (sponsor type) and by:
- Phase I-IV Development
- Outsourced Phase I-IV Development
- 2016 Geographic Distribution of CRO Market Size
- 2016 Service-line Assessment of CRO Market Size
- 2016 Phase I-IV Assessment of CRO Market Size
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