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Supporting research and development from America's biopharmaceutical companies means investment in economic growth on a local and national level.

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HUBweek 2018: Why Innovation Needs Cross-Sector Collaboration

Innovation does not happen in a vacuum. Instead, it requires a rich ecosystem of talent, capital, expertise and logistics to translate theoretical science into life-saving treatments and therapies.

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Our Commitment

We are America's Biopharmaceutical Companies, driven to discover the next lifesaving breakthrough and dedicated to ending the burdens of disease. And with new, innovative medicines on the horizon, we're closer than ever to reaching our goal.

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Biopharmaceutical Innovations in Mental Health

Treating patients struggling with mental illness is decidedly one of the most challenging tasks in modern medicine.

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Understanding Endometriosis: Current Trends and Future Management

Endometriosis affects an estimated one in 10 women and is associated with debilitating pain symptoms and increased financial burden to patients and the health care system. Dr. Dawn Carlson shares how the biopharmaceutical industry is making an impact on the diagnosis and treatment of a disease that has not seen innovation in decades.

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A New Age of Viral Disease Treatment: The Cure Developed by Biopharmaceutical Companies that Saved a Mother of Six

Hepatitis C kills more Americans than any other infectious disease. Carleen was one of those affected. She had five children and was pregnant with her sixth when she was diagnosed with the disease.