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Rare Disease Day: Families and Advocacy Groups Drive Treatments for Rare Diseases

Today, we celebrate Rare Disease Day to recognize the path to treatments and cures is …

Renewing the Project BioShield Act: What Has It Bought and Wrought?

In the next several months, the U.S. Government will decide whether to continue the funding …

How the Biotechnology Industry Can Combat Doping in Sports

Biotechnology companies work every day to solve some of our biggest global challenges – fighting …

FDASIA: A Step Forward for Patients

Earlier this year, Congress passed and President Obama signed the FDA Safety and Innovation Act …

Delivering on the Promise of Personalized Medicine

As sequencing moves out of the lab and into the clinic, a host of players …

Public Health at Risk: Don’t Cut Programs that Work

In order to avoid the “fiscal cliff,” the Congress must compromise and protect our economic …

The Future of Biodefense: Will Public-Private Partnerships Continue?

Ten years ago, in the wake of the 2001 anthrax attacks, the U.S. government set …

It’s World Polio Day – Time to Make History

Oct. 24 is World Polio Day, an opportunity to share a message of extreme importance: …

Pharma & Biotech Companies Donate Hundreds of Millions of Dollars to Copayment Foundations. Here’s...

In addition to using their own Patient Assistance Programs, many pharma and biotech companies are …

Creating a Preparedness Plan: A Good Investment

No one thinks that their company may be affected by a flood, earthquake or other …