Why drugmakers are so enamored of rare-disease meds

One of the big trends in drug development over the past three years has been the growing popularity of new treatments for rare diseases. And if you read through Bloomberg's lengthy feature on Novato, CA-based BioMarin's program for achondroplasia--a rare bone growth disorder that causes dwarfism--you'll see why. Report

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