P

ills have served biopharma pretty well over the years. Easy to design and cheap to produce, the so-called small-molecule therapies that fit in a capsule have made billions of dollars for their inventors and treated millions of patients in the process.

Now, however, as yesteryear’s swallowable blockbusters go generic, the industry is running into diseases for which pills can find no quarter.

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