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Question: how much money is put into produce a simple drug
how science works, money, pharmaceutical
Asked by sloth-savior to David, Sarah on 22 Nov 2014.
answered on 22 Nov 2014:
The numbers vary as it is a very difficult thing to calculate. But anywhere from $0.5-3 billion dollars is typical.
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