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BIO Chair Testifies Before Senate

BIO’s Chair and CEO of GlycoMimetics, Rachel King

BIO’s Chair and CEO of GlycoMimetics, Rachel King, testified before the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship today where she reinforced the need for patent protection incentives to encourage small business innovation. Ms. King also encouraged Congress to address weaknesses in the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Inter Partes Review (IRP) system that allows abuses perpetrated against legitimate patent holders. Read her full testimony. You can read more about BIO’s position on patent Read More >

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CFO Magazine: On the IPO On-Ramp

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CFO Magazine highlighted the impact of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act on smaller companies aiming to obtain access to capital and the benefits of the JOBS Act by highlighting case studies from companies that went public using it. “Nearly everyone agrees that the JOBS Act has significantly affected the way IPOs are done,” writes Edward Teach. Teach talked to five companies to discuss their experiences, and not surprisingly, ‘all had strong opinions about Read More >

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Why We Do This Work

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In her keynote remarks delivered yesterday at the 2014 BIO International Convention, Rachel King, president & CEO of GlycoMimetics and chairperson of the board of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), talked about why entrepreneurs pursue opportunities in biotechnology and what sustains these industry leaders through the rollercoaster of raising money, clinical trials, road shows and all the ups and downs of bringing medical innovations from the lab to the bedside. “Working in biotechnology today, we Read More >

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Sickle Cell Anemia: Three ways to help end it

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Sickle Cell Anemia is the most common genetic disease in the United States. It affects more than 80,000 people in America and the trait for the disease is known to be carried by one in 12 African Americans. For those living with the disease, suffering from a sickle cell crisis can be debilitating, reducing a person into a state of intense pain, which often means trips to the hospital that typically last six days. There Read More >

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