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Web2.0 based opportunities in drug discovery - drugdiscovery.com
Web2.0 based opportunities in drug discovery - drugdiscovery.com


Web 2.0 has sevral good opportunities for drug discovery. It is almost equal if we use it for publishing studies, boosting marketing or collecting data - the most important thing is to do it right.
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Tags: data, web2.0, phamra marketing, marketing pharma - April 2, 2014
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