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Nobel Prize-Winning Chemists: Misguided GMO Fears Could Hinder Technology's Societal Benefits

On Friday, December 7, two winners of the 2018 Nobel prize for Chemistry – American …

Through International Support, U.S. Has Opportunity to Align Own Agencies on Precision Biotech

On Friday, November 2, the U.S. government joined 12 other nations in supporting policies that …

Medical Research from Mars Can Fail Patients from Venus

Historically, federal dollars inadvertently flowed to medical research with a disproportionate focus on men’s health. …

Senate Has the Power to Expand Access to Medication for Opioid Addiction

BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood posted the following op-ed on Linked-In today, making the …

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 …

Survey Shows Americans Support Labeling Foods Containing DNA

A recent survey by the Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Economics finds that over 80 percent …

Patients Suffering from Gaucher's Disease Deserve Better

Gaucher Disease is one of the over 6,000 rare diseases that affect patients worldwide, representing …