We like cutting-edge, novel therapies as they have a transformative impact on a small to mid-cap biotech as years of revenue growth could be in the cards. While new therapies are the life-blood of the research field, the impact of a new novel therapy on the growth prospects of a large cap is often muted, however. Such is the fate of Roche as it struggles to replace its mainstay oncology division with new patent-protected entities.
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