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Science Can Change the World

Each day, scientists in labs around the world seek solutions to the most pressing problems – …

GMO Answers on the IARC Assessment of 2,4-D as a Possible Carcinogen

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) creates Working Groups to periodically consider lifestyles, …

ASCO Publishes New "Value Framework" for Cancer Treatment Options

On Monday, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) published “A Framework to Assess the …

Scientific American WorldView Super Session and the Future of Innovation

The final Super Session of the 2015 BIO International Convention today featured a panel of …

Dr. Eric Topol's Insights on Wearables, Smart Phones, Digital Medicine Revolution

Dr. Eric Topol, director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute, is widely recognized for many …

Complexities of Rare Diseases Take the Spotlight at BIO

Global Genes Founder & CEO Nicole Boice opened the BIO 2015 Orphan & Rare Disease …

Outdated Payments Systems Aren’t Keeping Pace With Medical Innovation

We are experiencing an era of rapid medical progress thanks to the accelerated pace at …

NIH Director Francis Collins Opens Day Two at BIO International Convention

What happens when a hotel loses Francis Collins’ room reservation late on the eve before …

Expanding the Role of Patients in Drug Development

Working alongside scientists, universities, and biotech companies, patients and patient organizations have the ability to …

BIO 2015 Kicks Off: Patient-Focused Drug Development Key Theme of Day One

The BIO International Convention kicked off in Philadelphia today with a strong emphasis on patient-focused drug …