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Evidence, Coverage, & Incentives: A PMC/BIO Solutions Summit Conference

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Personalized medicine is changing the way medicine is practiced, and how drugs and biologics are developed. Systemic changes are needed to reflect this and support product development, but current economic, regulatory, and practice disincentives are impacting and slowing development. For example, medical advances often take years to be recognized in clinical care guidelines and cost containment policies often prevent new diagnostics from being priced at a level that supports innovation. The Personalized Medicine Coalition (PMC) and Read More >

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BIO Travels to Brazil to Support the Ecosystem of Innovation

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Government policies that support innovation are critical as the biotechnology industry seeks to develop innovative healthcare, agricultural, industrial and environmental biotechnology products and provide them to people all around the world. Innovation requires not only scientific research and commercial expertise, but also supportive and dynamic governments that help facilitate long-term growth of the industry. Brazil has recognized the value of innovation in maintaining a robust, diversified economy that can compete in the 21st century, and declared Read More >

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BIO IP Counsels Conference Agenda Topics

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Join us in Austin for BIO’s Intellectual Property Counsels Committee Conference on April 16-18.  Agenda topics are below. The Decline of Process Patents: This session will examine the enforceability of process claims and how it has led to the recent controversy around divided infringement. Unlike claims to machines, manufactures, and compositions, process claims can be divided up by different actors, or by jurisdiction, and conceivably even by time.  Right now the focus is on different Read More >

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Mass. Governor Patrick Looking Forward to the BIO International Convention

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In just six months, Boston will be welcoming more than 15,500 of the world’s leading biotech stakeholders to the biggest industry event of the year – the 2012 BIO International Convention. Both Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino attended a kickoff breakfast in October where they voiced their industry support: “It’s an honor to have BIO coming back so soon,” said Gov. Patrick. “By drawing the world’s attention once again to our Read More >

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2011: A Pivotal Year for Biotechnology

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Biotechnology continues to hold the greatest promise to address many of the most critical issues facing our world. Continued innovation will lead to breakthrough new and improved cures and treatments for patients living with debilitating diseases such as cancer, HIV/AIDS, diabetes and Parkinson’s; enhanced agricultural products to feed a growing global population while protecting the environmental health of our planet; vaccines to protect against bioterrorism; and revolutionary biofuels. The ability of BIO members to continue Read More >

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