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BIO Newsletter: #BIO2017 Super Session Announced, Greenwood on Drug Importation
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Diverse #BIO2017 Super Sessions Cover Trump, Manufacturing, and the Future
Announced this week, BIO 2017’s Super Sessions offer compelling, topical and relevant discussions on topics ranging from what manufacturing strategy is best for producing new drugs to how Washington and the Trump administration may impact investment and trade to a debate about affordable access to innovative medicines. Beginning on Monday afternoon, the five, 75 minute sessions will run every day of the Convention with the last one appropriately focused on looking to the future…
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ICYMI: Jim Greenwood’s Letter in NYT on Drug Importationarrow
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BIO’s World Congress to Feature Panels on Food Ingredients and Personal Carearrow

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California's Transparency Bill Misses the Mark
Under a pending bill in California, drug companies would be required to disclose confidential and sensitive business records and detailed data about drug development costs. This bill represents a degree of government intrusion into a free market industry that is without precedent…
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Five Important Reasons to Vaccinate Your Child
Each year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognizes National Infant Immunization Week to highlight the importance of protecting infants from vaccine-preventable diseases…
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USTR’s Report Targets Trade Barriers to Biotech
The Office of the United States Trade Representative’s annual Special 301 Report identifies trade barriers to U.S. companies and products due to the intellectual property laws…
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Our World’s Farmers Favor Biotech Crops
Millions of farmers around the world continue to choose genetically modified crop varieties because of their environmental and socio-economic benefits and the important role they play in addressing food security, according to a study released today…
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Boulder County’s GMO Ban Is About Everything Except GMOs
Over the past five months, Boulder County community columnist Mara Abbott has researched the local, national and international debate over GMOs in agriculture…
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Life After Start-Up Stadium: Immunome
For the third year, the BIO International Convention will host the 2017 BIO Start-Up Stadium Empowering the Cutting-Edge Companies of Tomorrow, Today…
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BIO Partners with NIH and NSF for Fourth “Innovation Zone” Exhibit
BIO, the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health today announced an agreement to feature Small Business Innovation Research -funded early-stage biomedical companies in an Innovation Zone at #BIO2017…
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