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Creating a Preparedness Plan: A Good Investment

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No one thinks that their company may be affected by a flood, earthquake or other disaster, but with 43 natural disasters in 2011 (Emergency Events Database search on 2011 US based disasters. http://www.emdat.be/advanced-search. Accessed September 15, 2012.) directly affecting millions in the United States, and projections for more for the next few years, more and more small businesses are being seriously impacted.  While many small biotech company owners think disruptions won’t happen to their business, Read More >

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Empowering You to Make a Difference in Health Care Policy

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Access to medicines. Healthcare reform. Innovation. These issues are critical to the health of Americans — and the Campaign for Modern Medicines is working on them every day. The Campaign for Modern Medicines is a coalition of non-profit organizations, businesses, and individuals from across the country who believe that a vibrant community of empowered advocates can make a real impact on the policy decisions that will improve our health. With the support of our partners, 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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Pharmaceuticals Play a Key Role in Value-Based Care

Dan Leonard

By Dan Leonard, President, National Pharmaceutical Council Public and private sector health care stakeholders have been struggling with how best to achieve the triple aim of better care for individuals, improved health for populations, and slower cost growth. Figuring out the best health care delivery structures and approaches is a complex challenge with many variables and moving parts. That’s why there is a great deal of debate and research into what changes can support the Read More >

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