‘Cause Big Pharma sure isn’t coming up with anything. According to PRWeek:
Only twice in the past three decades has the Food and Drug Administration approved fewer than the 18 it gave a thumbs up to in 2007. Compare that to 53 drugs in 1996. Oddly, the FDA said they hadn’t finished tallying numbers for the year and wouldn’t release its final statistics until March. Pipelines are dry indeed.