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Alzheimer’s Research: Where We’ve Failed and What’s To Come

Alzheimer’s disease is a rapidly growing public health crisis. Today an estimated 5.4 million Americans …

Lawsuit Against UnitedHealth Put Insurers’ Practices Under Scrutiny

Reuters reports that UnitedHealth Group, the nation’s largest insurer, has been sued by three patients …

NORD President: Congress must act now to help 15 million sick children

Writing in The Hill, National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) President and CEO Peter Saltonstall …

Challenging Entrepreneurs to Heal the World

The healthcare industry needs a refresh! Through improvements in medicine, sanitation and general living conditions, …

The Washington Post Unfairly Attacks The Orphan Drug Act

The Orphan Drug Act has been a tremendous success and addressed a market failure by …

BIO Releases Points to Consider on Truthful and Non-Misleading Product Communication

Today, BIO releases Points to Consider on Truthful and Non-Misleading Product Communication. This document advances the dialogue …

Take Action: Sarcoma Awareness Month

The pages on the calendar have quickly turned and July is again upon us.  For …

Bloomberg Caught Spreading Another Inaccurate “False Alarm” About Drug Prices

I was deeply disturbed by Bloomberg’s inaccurate report this morning that attempted to examine drug …

Stop Demeaning the Healthy Dialogue Between Doctors and Drug Companies

A recent report in The Wall Street Journal entitled, “Even Cheap Meals Influence Doctors’ Drug …

PwC Report Finds Medicines Still Small Share of Overall Health Spending

A new report from PwC’s Health Research Institute, Medical Cost Trend: Behind the Numbers 2017, …