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Forbes Asks: Should Economists Perform Surgery and Doctors Conduct Economic Policy?

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Over at Forbes, University of Chicago economist Tomas Philipson has an insightful post analyzing several of the arguments frequently made in recent debates about the price and value of innovative medicines. Philipson argues that physicians are often self-interested as buyers when complaining about drug prices, and often fail to understand the broader economic context in which drug pricing decisions must be made: “Just as you wouldn’t let a financial planner perform cancer surgery, we shouldn’t Read More >

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Announcing the BIO/Bloomberg Intelligence: 2015 Biotech Industry Outlook Survey

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Click here for the BIO/Bloomberg Intelligence: 2015 Biotech Industry Outlook Survey. Your investment plans and budgets all include growth assumptions and market forecasts. Can you trust them? 2014 was another banner year for biotech IPOs, with 81 companies in our industry going public, an increase of nearly 90 percent over 2013. Now we turn our attention to the year ahead and what we can expect. More blue skies or dark clouds?  M&A surpassing last year Read More >

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Exclusive FDA Survey Webinar

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BIO is conducting an exciting new survey designed to measure FDA/Sponsor Interactions During Drug Development.  We are excited to announce an exclusive webinar for survey participants only to reveal the preliminary results of the study.  Participants are invited to attend this webinar to gain exclusive access to survey insights and hear analysis of the survey data from regulatory experts, including FDA staff. This exciting webinar opportunity is scheduled for Wednesday, January 28 at 1:00 pm Read More >

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The Eyes Have It According to Recent VC Funding Patterns

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A recent Wall Street Journal analysis of venture capital investment trends since 1999 reveals which human body parts are experiencing the biggest rise in funding. The report was based on data from thousands of financings of startups from 1999 through the first half of 2014, provided by VentureSource, a database owned by Dow Jones & Company. And while many would assume the funding was largely pumped in to cardiovascular disease, they would be wrong. “The Read More >

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Back to School: Consider a STEM Career

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With school resuming for many throughout the country this week, one question that may be on a lot of students’ minds (not to mention their parents) is how to ensure their education best prepares them for a successful career down the road. For high school and college students considering which major to choose, a new survey from PayScale, reported by the Washington Post, offers a revealing look at which majors are most (and least) likely Read More >

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