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Innovation Fragility

We are in a new era of medical discovery and have the potential to revolutionize the treatment of costly and debilitating diseases. Yet despite so much promise, progress isn’t certain. Our commitment to research and development is crucial to sustaining innovation and continuing its progress.

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We Cannot Take Progress for Granted

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