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BIO Investor Forum Celebrates 15th Year with Record Number of Partnering Meetings
The 15th Annual BIO Investor Forum wrapped up in San Francisco yesterday, having exceeded all prior years’ numbers of meetings arranged through the BIO One-on-One Partnering™ system. Both the conference and the partnering system are designed to help investors identify the latest trends and provide biotech innovators an opportunity to secure the funding necessary to bring their technologies to market. This year’s forum brought together over 880 attendees including 240 investors and 155 presenting companies. There were 2,176 meetings scheduled through BIO One-on-One Partnering™ – a 20% increase over last year’s event…
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Oxford Union Debate Remarks
The pharmaceutical industry is proud of our unmatched record of medical innovation, and we’re clear-eyed about the role competitive markets have played in enabling us to achieve it…
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Lawsuit Against UnitedHealth Put Insurers' Practices Under Scrutiny
Reuters reports that UnitedHealth Group, the nation’s largest insurer, has been sued by three patients who’ve accused the massive insurance conglomerate of significantly over-charging them for co-pays for prescription drugs…
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Five Oncologists Weigh in on Value Frameworks
Value Frameworks, which attempt to quantify the value of a medicine, have been a hot topic of late, given the recent proliferation of such frameworks and the ongoing debate about the cost and value of medicines…
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Banning GMOs in N.Y. School Lunches Carries a Price
Dr. W. Lesser, Susan E. Lynch Professor in Science and Business at the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University, recently published a blog arguing that the New York PTA’s proposal to go GMO-free in the State school meals program would come with a hefty financial burden…
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BIO Asks Congress to Extend Critical Bioenergy Tax Credits During Lame-Duck
BIO sent a letter to Congressional Leadership, the Senate Finance Committee Chairs, and the House Ways and Means Committee Chairs calling for the extension of renewable energy tax credits slated to expire at the end of 2016…
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MassBio Releases Statement Following Cost Trends Hearings
MassBio issues statement, following the Massachusetts’ Health Policy Commission’s hearing earlier this week on the cost and value of health care cost trends…
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