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Anderson: We need to advance change in medical research

FasterCures SmartBrief | Oct 30, 2014

Our biomedical and health care systems are experiencing dramatic changes, including the debate over the cost of a drug from Gilead that promises to cure hepatitis C, and many stakeholders are struggling to keep up and find their place in the new environment, FasterCures Executive Director Margaret Anderson writes. As FasterCures prepares for its Partnering for Cures meeting next month, Anderson encourages stakeholders to celebrate the changes in medical research and work on the many things that need to be done to advance change. In this blog post, she imagines a stronger environment for medical research, including a patient-focused research culture built on partnerships, predictable and ongoing funding from NIH, and a strong infrastructure for essential health systems. Huffington Post, The (10/29)


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