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Recorded live at the Interphex 2013 trade show, Rita Peters asks Jeffery C. Basham, vice president, business development: From your experience, do you find that the related project work for solubility/bioavailability enhancement is mostly applied for new drug development or do you see it also driving growth in projects for product lifecycle management, for example, to improve dosing schemes/regimes? Can you provide an example of either case?

Check out the rest of the interview:

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