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World Rare Disease Day Celebrates Patient Advocacy and Activism Around The Globe

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Global Genes™ and the identifiable Blue Denim Genes Ribbon™ provides opportunity to show support and help build awareness Global Genes, a leading patient advocacy organization with the mission to eliminate the challenges of rare disease, is inviting industry partners to support the eighth annual World Rare Disease Day. World Rare Disease Day is a day of advocacy to call attention to rare disease in the United States and around the globe. Created by European organization Read More >

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Galvanizing Brains to Launch Neuroscience Startups

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We are looking for a few great brains to participate in the Neuro Startup Challenge, and we want you! If you are a Ph.D. student or a postdoctoral fellow interested making an impact on brain health and learning the business of science, consider teaming with a seasoned entrepreneur, MBA students, law school students, and business experts from all around the world to enter the Neuro Startup Challenge.  You will create a business plan, perform a “live pitch” to our esteemed panel of judges and have the Read More >

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Small Business Innovators Talk about Their Emerging Biotech

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Last June, for the first time, the BIO International Convention hosted a special section on the convention floor for early stage startups and small companies to share their biotech innovations. About 50 companies in all made up this Innovation Zone, a space jointly created by BIO, the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and foot traffic was heavy. Attendees got first-person accounts of some of the most inventive, potentially transformative Read More >

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Shining A Light on Lung Cancer

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Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the US, taking the lives of twice as many women as breast cancer and three times as many men as prostate cancer. While a history of smoking is the main risk factor for developing lung cancer, nearly 80% of those diagnosed today were never smokers or are former smokers who quit decades ago. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, a time of reflection for advocates Read More >

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The First-Ever BIO Latin America Conference a Major Success

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The first-ever BIO Latin America Conference was a major success and will become an annual must-attend event for those doing business in the region. Rio de Janeiro, SEPTEMBER 2014 – The 2014 BIO Latin America Conference, held on September 9-11, in Rio de Janeiro, brought together the in-depth expertise vital to the growth of the biotech industry in Latin America, and provided the attendees with networking and programming not available at any other regional gathering. Read More >

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