"Fixing Cancer"

03.25.13 | By

If we really want to "fix cancer," as Ezekiel Emanuel and a group of oncologists suggested in the New York Times this weekend, we should focus on how we can continue to build on medical innovation collaborations that can lead to better scientific knowledge and discovery of targeted treatments that can help defeat this complex disease.

Biopharmaceutical Innovation

03.22.13 By Randy Burkholder

Canada and the TPP: An IP Challange

03.04.13 By Jay Taylor

Miracle AIDS Baby - Medical Innovation at Work

03.04.13 By Mark Grayson

In Case You Missed It: Innovation's Impact

02.15.13 By Christian Clymer

Statement to State of the Union Address

WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 13, 2013) – Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) Senior Vice President Matthew Bennett issued the following statement today:

PhRMA and EFPIA Applaud Push for EU-US Trade Agreement

Washington, D.C. and Brussels (February 12, 2013) —The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) and the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) welcome today’s announcement of a new trade agreement that will strengthen economic ties between Europe and the United States.

What’s on Your CEO’s Mind? Dr. John Lechleiter To Deliver Xavier University Keynote Address

02.12.13 By Jenni Brewer 

Xavier University, Cincinnati

Medicine’s Role in Strengthening Medicare

02.12.13 | By

With Medicare likely to be a leading topic in tonight’s State of the Union address, it’s clear that a new conversation over how best to reduce health care spending is underway. Regardless of political party, all sides agree that Medicare can be more sustainable while ensuring that seniors have regular access to the high-quality health care that they need. Medicare Part D, which covers more than 40 million seniors and persons with disabilities, plays a critical role in providing this care and reducing Medicare spending.

Medicine's Role in Strengthening Medicare

02.12.13 | By

With Medicare likely to be a leading topic in tonight's State of the Union address, it's clear that a new conversation over how best to reduce health care spending is underway. Regardless of political party, all sides agree that Medicare can be more sustainable while ensuring that seniors have regular access to the high-quality health care that they need. Medicare Part D, which covers more than 40 million seniors and persons with disabilities, plays a critical role in providing this care and reducing Medicare spending.

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