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PCORI Initiatives May Support More Drug Comparisons

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) is launching new programs that are expected to encourage more analysis of the effectiveness of specific drugs and medical products, while also building infrastructure that could support clinical research on biopharmaceutical products. Since it was established by the 2010 health reform legislation, PCORI has  devoted much of its resources […]
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Biomedical Innovation in Trouble

The time and cost of developing new drugs are rising, venture capitalists make no return on investments in biopharma R&D, and other countries are boosting support in this area while U.S. policy makers propose funding cuts for the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This bleak picture of the “state of biomedical innovation” was painted by […]
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NIH Director Speaks Out on the Institutes' New Remit

As the National Institutes for Health hits the headlines over its remit to help develop new medicines, Director Francis Collins talks to Pharm Exec about the new initiatives he sees as critical for innovation, industry and public health. Francis Collins devoted more than 15 years in the lab to deciphering the human genome. Ten years […]
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