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Delivering on the Promise of Personalized Medicine


As sequencing moves out of the lab and into the clinic, a host of players must get involved to make our collective promises of personalized medicine a reality. CEOs, entrepreneurs, researchers, clinicians, regulators and payers need to work together to take on the next challenges in the implementation of personalized medicine. Some of those challenges include: Cost vs. Benefit: How do we define and benefit from transformational technologies? Form vs. Function: What about the less Read More >

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BIO Housing Inventory Going Fast


With roughly 80,000 bioscience jobs in more than 3,500 businesses across all bioscience sectors, it is no wonder the 2013 BIO International Convention is returning to Chicago, April 22- 25, 2013. With a large presence in all biotech sectors – agricultural feedstock and chemicals, drugs and pharma, medical devices and equipment, research, testing and medical laboratories and bioscience-related distribution, attendees will have the opportunity to meet with and visit premier R&D facilities, from national laboratories Read More >

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20th Anniversary of the BIO International Convention

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Next year BIO will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the BIO International Convention April 22-25 in Chicago. From a small beginning, our convention has grown into the most influential biotech meeting in the world, attracting more than 16,500 attendees from 65 countries and providing a wide array of education, exhibits and networking opportunities — including more than 25,000 partnering meetings expected during the 4-day event. As we look forward to the upcoming Convention, I cannot Read More >

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eAdvocacy Summit Brings Together More Than 130 Groups


BIO’s mission is to champion biotechnology issues by advocating for policies that will enable the realization of breakthrough products to cure disease, feed the hungry, and clean our environment. Fortunately, we are not alone – our many alliance and advocacy partners share our goal. When smart, like-minded people get together, good things tend to happen. That’s why I’m looking forward to tomorrow’s eAdvocacy Summit here in Washington, DC. The Global Healthy Living Foundation (GHLF) and Read More >

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BIO Investor Forum – Raring to Go: The Race to Treat Ultra-Rare Diseases

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The signing of FDASIA by President Obama in July reinforces the country’s commitment to fostering innovation for rare diseases. With a record 460 medicines in late-stage clinical trials, biopharmaceutical companies have embraced rare disease medicine and are rapidly developing the pipeline. In anticipation of an even more compelling opportunity, many companies are taking a step beyond and focusing on ultra rare diseases. Last week’s 11th Annual BIO Investor Forum in San Francisco hosted a panel, Raring Read More >

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