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European Biopharmaceutical Review

Editor's Letter

As we bring you the summer issue of EBR, there appear to be guarded grounds for continued optimism towards an upswing in the European biotechnology industry. As evidenced by the upbeat mood of the US industry at the recent Annual BIO Convention, this new optimism seems to be based on tangible measures of an industry regaining its feet. For example, increasing numbers of biologic drugs (25 out of 37) approved by the FDA in 2003, coupled to decreasing product review timeframes by the FDA, led to renewed investor interest and the second most successful financing year in the US industry's history in 2003 ($19 billion in public and private funds). However, the situation in Europe isn't quite that rosy.

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