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Setting the Record Straight on Innovation and Drug Development

Modern biotechnology is a relatively young industry, but in just over 40 years, the entrepreneurs, …

Mesothelioma: Once Hopeless Cancer, on the Verge of Promising Advances

Mesothelioma, the word, (pronounced mez-uh-thee-lee-oh-muh) is often much better known than the illness it represents. …

Roll Call: Patient-Centeredness, Comparative Effectiveness, and Value

In Roll Call, Tony Coelho former House Majority Whip, Chairman of the Partnership to Improve …

Do Outcomes Matter When There Is Chronic Misalignment?

This piece by Allan L. Shaw was originally published in Life Science Leader. With over …

Emerging Themes in Personalized Medicine

The adoption of Personalized Medicine is being driven by the omnipresence of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS), …

Biopharma Companies Fight Tropical Diseases to Improve Global Health

Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) are a group of devastating viral, bacterial, and parasitic diseases that …

Biomarkets: Looking For The Hole In The Donut

This piece by Allan L. Shaw was originally published in Life Science Leader. The biopharma …

Why I packed my bag and headed to NASDA 2015 in Hawaii

As the head wrangler and ringleader for Hawaii Farmers & Ranchers United, an agriculture alliance …

Warning: Don’t Let Bio-Euphoria Distract You from Being Disciplined

This piece by Allan L. Shaw was originally published in Life Science Leader. We currently …

Papayas in Paradise: Super powered fruit!

As I drive into the fields in Keaau, I’m struck by the peaceful surroundings, the …