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Making the Case for Personalized Medicine

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As lawmakers, industry, consumer groups and the general public debate the future of health care, personalized medicine continues to focus attention-with good reason. In a time of unprecedented scientific breakthroughs and technological advancements, personalized health care has the capacity to detect the onset of disease at its earliest stages, preempt the progression of disease, and, at the same time, increase the efficiency of the health care system by improving quality, accessibility, and affordability. With that Read More >

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Delivering on the Promise of Personalized Medicine

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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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Pharmaceuticals Play a Key Role in Value-Based Care

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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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Mayo v. Prometheus: Thought Leaders Express Concern and Evaluate the Impact

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The Mayo v. Prometheus event hosted at George Washington School of Law with the Biotechnology Industry Organization created an opportunity for a panel of thought leaders to distill meaning from the case, the impact on personalized medicine, and possible solutions to the Court created problem.* Is the decision a game-changer? Judge Paul R. Michel, former Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit handling patent cases, concluded that the Mayo v. Prometheus Read More >

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Patent-Eligible Subject Matter after Mayo v. Prometheus: Exploring the Path Forward

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Patent-Eligible Subject Matter after Mayo v. Prometheus: Exploring the Path Forward is a public round-table event hosted by the Biotechnology Industry Organization and the George Washington University Law School. Guest speakers at the round-table will discuss implementation of the Prometheus decision in patent prosecution practice, in examination guidance in the United States Patent Office, and in patent litigation.  Speakers will also discuss the implications of the decision on personalized medicine and possible ways forward.  Speakers include: The Hon. Paul Read More >

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