How Long Can This Pharma Gold Rush Last?

In the following video, Brenton Flynn sits down with Fool.com analyst Brendan Byrnes to discuss a topic that's gathered considerable attention in recent years: orphan drug development. In particular, they discuss the reasons for this focus, as well as an interesting scenario in which a very small patient market has become saturated with options.

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