New treatments look to ambush the old in some of pharma's key drug classes

It has been a whirlwind of a year for pharma, with pricing battles, regulatory showdowns and all-but-legendary M&A. But on the ground, it's Rock-em-Sock-em Robots in some of the industry's biggest markets. A steady flow of new drugs in 2014--and a slate of anticipated launches in 2015--have established brands defending their titles and newcomers looking to land a gut-punch or two, if not a knockout. Check out FiercePharma's match-ups to watch in the coming year. Report

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