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March 21st, 2005
Nano-based Drug Delivery Devices
Earlier today, an independent consulting firm announced that it had just issued a new report stating that the "nano-enabled drug delivery market was expected to pass $1.7 billion in 2009." At an asking price of $500, I won't be paying for the report and would encourage my readers to think long and hard before popping down so much money for the report.
From my perspective, the figure of $1.7 billion is too low and it leads me to question the methodology the consultants used in putting together their report.
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