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DIA 2017 Annual Meeting

McCormick Place

The Future of Healthcare: Patient Advocate & VC Investor Perspectives

By David Haerry and Joep Muijers Found in: Article, Biotechnology, R&D / Strategic Issues, Pricing / Reimbursement

DIA Bioventure Day will be held in Glasgow in March 2017, and is aimed at stimulating debate between the different stakeholders...

Why "Therapeutic Innovation and Regulatory Science"

By Stephen P. Spielberg, MD, PhD Found in: Article, Clinical Research, Rare, Orphan Diseases

Alex died two years ago, just shy of his 40th birthday. I spoke at his memorial service; it was the first time in my life I could...