BayBio Op-ed featured in Xconomy

Gail Maderis, President & CEO of BayBio, recently discussed the strength of Northern California’s biotechnology industry and the BIO Investor Forum in Xconomy:

With more than 850 biotechnology companies, the Bay Area is the oldest, largest and most productive life sciences cluster in the world, employing more than 125,000 people in the region. For more than 30 years, this region has led the world in researching and delivering new cures and treatments for debilitating diseases including cancer, Multiple Sclerosis and HIV/AIDS. But the industry is facing serious challenges with early stage innovation in the current economic climate…

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