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April is Donate Life Month! Walk with the National Kidney Foundation on May 16!

The need for organ donations continues to increase in America. Of the over 123,600 Americans …

The Power of Innovation

Today’s “Fox and Friends” included an informative segment about the staggering advances being made in …

BIO Principles on Expanded Access to Investigational, Unapproved Medicines

Seriously ill patients with limited or no alternative therapies, and who are ineligible or unable …

Dr. Petra Kaufmann Video Interview: Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program

Petra Kaufmann, MD, MSc, Director of the Division of Clinical Innovation at the National Institutes …

Coalition Offers a Remedy for Stagnated Clinical Trials

Promising new clinical trial data offers fresh hope for the families of Alzheimer’s patients.  A …

What to Watch: Emperor of All Maladies; Killing Cancer

Cancer is a disease which affects almost 1.7 million people each year in America, and …

Webinar Today: Comparative Effectiveness Research

As we continue to see new strides in biopharmaceutical innovation, there is increasing value in …

My Path From the BioGENEius Challenge to the White House Science Fair

My name is Natalie Ng, winner of the 2013 International BioGENEius Challenge, and I am …

Blue Ribbon Study Panel Examines Surveillance and Detection Issues in Biodefense

The Blue Ribbon Study Panel on Biodefense held the third of four meetings on Thursday, …

Celebrating the Biomedical Achievements on World Down Syndrome Day

Guest Post by Sara Hart Weir, MS, President, National Down Syndrome Society On March 21, we celebrate …