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BIO Newsletter: Biotech Investment and Deal-making are Front and Center at #BIOCEO18
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Biotech Investment and
Deal-making are Front and Center at #BIOCEO18
The business of making life-saving treatments is fraught with setbacks, challenges and failures. Along the way, new discoveries may pivot searches in new directions. Failures are not necessarily the end of the journey, and with each setback, new data is added to future research. Consider the recent CAR-T cell immunotherapy approvals by the FDA, ushering in a new era of exciting new medicines. These therapies have been in development for a least two decades requiring sustained infusions of cash and a solid commitment to bring concept to reality...
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New Report Shows Outsized Impact of Tech-Based Startups on U.S. Economic Growth
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HEALTH EMERGING COMPANIES
BIO Applauds Sens. Tillis and Peters for Introducing the Fostering Innovation Act
BIO applauds Sens. Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Gary Peters (D-MI) for introducing the Fostering Innovation Act. This vital legislation would build on the success of the JOBS Act and further reduce regulatory costs for biotech small businesses...
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HEALTH INTERNATIONAL
Biotech Industry Establishes a
Much-Needed Presence in Geneva
Multilateral Organizations, based in Geneva, Switzerland, including the World Health Organization, World Intellectual Property Organization and the World Trade Organization play an integral role in setting global best practices for public health, intellectual property rights and international trade rules. Establishing a sustained presence and relationship with these organizations is critical to ensure the global biotechnology industry has a voice in ongoing debates regarding the development and spread of new technologies that aim to feed, fuel and heal the world.…
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Like It or Not, Africa’s Future Lies in GM Crops
An even more dangerous foe than Robert Mugabe is stalking Africa. Early last year, a moth caterpillar called the fall armyworm, a native of the Americas, turned up in Nigeria. It has quickly spread across most of Africa. This is fairly terrifying news, threatening to undo some of the unprecedented improvements in African living standards of the past two decades. Many Africans depend on maize for food, and maize is the fall armyworm’s favorite diet…
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I&E INDUSTRIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL
Tax Policy Should Support the Biobased Economy
BIO’s Brent Erickson published a new column in Biofuels Digest, arguing that Congress should include policies supporting renewable chemicals in its tax reform effort. If Congress’ goal is to revitalize the manufacturing sector, it should level the playing field for biobased manufacturing…
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