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Industry experts give their predictions for the next 30 years. Read Editor-in-Chief Michelle Hoffman's introduction here. See what's next in:

Strategy and Regulation
Outsourcing
Solid-Dosage Formulation
Ingredients
Drug Delivery
Packaging
Analytical Testing
Information Technology


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