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Lupus Patients Find Hope In the Face of Hardship

One and a half million and counting. That’s how many people suffer from lupus in …

Diversity in Biopharma Leadership Makes Dollars and Sense

A series of recent studies examining diversity and financial performance have fueled a growing insistence …

The Latest Good News on Prescription Drug Costs

Two-hundred biotech allies from more than 40 different states visited Washington D.C. this week. These …

Orrin Hatch Is an Historic Figure in Biotechnology

As BIO CEO, everywhere I go – including Tokyo and Hong Kong last month – …

Innovation (at Home and in the Lab) Can Reduce Your Heart-Attack Risk

Over the last decade, I’ve become increasingly conscious of maintaining my cardiovascular health, making dietary …

Here We Go Again (But In a Good Way)

“We achieved the lowest drug trend since we began measuring drug trend data in 1993.” …

Cancer Surpasses Malaria as Top Public Health Threat in Africa

Africa is known for its diverse cultures, expansive landscapes, dramatic coastlines, luscious forests and exotic …

Drug Discount Program Strays from Patient Health to Hospital Wealth

It’s been 25 years since Congress created the 340B Drug Discount Program, a program designed …

If You’ve Had Chickenpox, Shingles Vaccine is Worth a Shot

If you’re an adult living in the United States, there’s a 95-percent chance you’ve had …

BIO Anniversary Reflections: We’re Saving Lives at 25

This year the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) celebrates our 25th anniversary. It’s impossible to review …