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Semantic enrichment and the information manager [Whitepaper]

Text analytics + semantic enrichment

It is more resource intensive to bring a drug to market than ever before: Pharmaceutical companies spend an average of at least 10 years and $2.6 billion on each successful outcome, yet fewer than 1% of potential drugs are ever made available for sale. At the same time, the growth in volume of published research is accelerating: More scientific research published between 2010 and 2014 was indexed in MEDLINE than all research published before 1970.

Drug development professionals know well the daily struggle of staying current with a multiplying volume of multitudinous types of information: peer-reviewed scientific research, patent flings, clinical trials data, news and competitive briefs, conference abstracts and posters, and more.

This paper explores these challenges, and how semantic enrichment can provide a foundation to open new opportunities to quickly extract insights from information.

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