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Navigating the Rare Disease World

Susan Ruediger

The international orphan drug marketplace is expected to grow some 30 percent by 2014, fueled by the entrance of big pharmaceutical companies and U.S. legislation favoring development and coverage. This growth promises to improve the health of patients with debilitating and life-threatening disorders. Hoping to further the rare disease dialogue and relationship building opportunities, the 2013 Orphan Disease Forum will provide unique perspective on the orphan drug marketplace, regulatory considerations and much more. Operating within Read More >

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BIO One-on-One Partnering Opens for BIO International Convention

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The 2013 BIO International Convention and BIO Business Forum is kicking in to full gear! And today is a big day! The BIO One-on-One Partnering System™ for the event has officially launched! This means that login credentials are being sent to registered participants, who can access the site to set up their profiles and send and accept meeting requests. We had a stellar year last year, where records were legitimately broken. So here’s to breaking new Read More >

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Tracks & Attendees Put the “International” in the BIO International Convention

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As the BIO International Convention celebrates its 20th year, there is no time like the present to reflect on the evolution of the world’s largest biotechnology industry gathering, and what it illustrates in terms of the patterns of global industry achievements. Overall attendance growth over the years – from a 4,000-strong audience in 1998 to an audience topping 16,000 in 2012 – provides a clear indication of how far this industry has come towards developing and Read More >

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Governor Quinn Invites Biotech Professionals to Chicago

Gov Quinn

Governor Pat Quinn has long been a champion of the bioscience industry – both for its promise to help solve the world’s most pressing problems and as a means of elevating the economic development prospects for his state. The Governor has consistently championed educational reform, entrepreneurship, intellectual property protection, and industry regulation based on rigorous science. That is why he was named BIO’s Governor of the Year in 2011. We are furthermore honored that he Read More >

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Simpson Bowles Keynote to Address Debt, Taxes, Government Services and Politics

Jim Greenwood

I was recently asked what the single biggest threat to the biotechnology industry is today.  My answer was immediate – the biggest threat to biotech innovation is the unsustainable mismatch of spending and revenue in the U.S. federal budget. The enormous national debt and the huge annual budget deficits that feed it endanger America’s entire economic future – but the nation’s dire fiscal situation is particularly threatening to our industry. Part of the reason for Read More >

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