Lack of funding is one of the main reasons for failure of a biologic.
Estimates vary, but some project it costs $8-10 million just to get to IND stage, another $8-10 million for Phase I, and $20-40 million for Phase II, depending on design. Phase III costs considerably more.
Don’t let a good drug go to waste, or too much of its value to third parties, because of funding issues. There are ways to fund biotech, from biotech crowdfunding, nondilutive funding, and nonsoursive funding, to biotech grants, angel investors, venture capital and other resources.
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A report from the The Economist Intelligence Unit sponsored by MilliporeSigma.
This paper, which incorporates the results of a survey of 254 pharmaceutical executives from around the world and a range of interviews with industry experts, explores in detail global pharmaceutical companies' growth strategies and their plans for managing the associated risks.