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Putting a Ring on It: Advice on Successful Drug Development Collaborations

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Drug development partnerships can look lucrative to small biotechs eager to monetize their discoveries, but, like any relationship, these tie-ups take work and both parties run the risk of ending up in tears. At BIO’s recent CEO & Investor Conference, a panel of industry veterans gathered to discuss best practices in drug development partnering. Moderated by Jeff Stewart, Senior Engagement Manager with Campbell Alliance, the panel “Putting a Ring on it: When Drug Development Partnerships Read More >

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Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger: Takeaways from Partnering For Cures 2012

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The chorus to Kanye West’s 2007 chart-topper Stronger can teach us volumes about speeding drug development. Harder:  Drug development is challenging.  It takes over 10 years and more than $1 billon to bring a therapy through the product pipeline, from the research lab to clinical trials to FDA approval to prescription to patients suffering from the disease. The FDA approved over 30 innovative drugs last year, including more than 10 new treatments for cancer—a good Read More >

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Sequestration Will Be Devastating to the Cure Enterprise

Margaret Anderson

For months, the defense industry has taken the Hill and media outlets by storm detailing the potentially catastrophic impact “sequestration” will have on national security, defense jobs, and our economy. The “S” word stands for automatic spending cuts that will take into effect if Congress does not reach a budget agreement to reduce the deficit by the end of the year. Members of Congress have expressed concern over the potential cuts to defense programs, and even Read More >

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Learning the Truth About Clinical Trials

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There are currently over 60,000 clinical trials occurring in the United States. These programs not only allow patients to access potentially ground-breaking new therapies, but also help researchers collect valuable data. Many patients have concerns about the risk involved, despite the importance of clinical trials in the drug development process. Common misperceptions can deter patients from seeking out new approaches to treatment that can currently only be found in clinical trials. The Masonic Cancer Center Read More >

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Take the PKD Foundation Challenge

Jill Panetta

By Jill Panetta, Chief Scientific Officer, PKD Foundation Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Awareness Week has been designated the week of June 18 to 24, 2012.  This week allows the PKD Foundation to be able to fulfill part of its mission to people with PKD — to increase awareness of a disease which few know about and raise the understanding and the impact that PKD has on patients and their families. Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease Read More >

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