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There Are No Failures in Parkinson’s Research; Only Setbacks

Parkinson’s disease can’t be slowed or cured, but researchers like Dr. Williamson are working to change that.  

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Why Washington Shouldn’t Copy the Flawed Pricing Policies of Other Countries

America is the world’s leading source of innovation. Let’s keep it that way.

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Parkinson’s disease does not mean living with limits

Thanks to Parkinson’s Disease research and treatment advances, astronaut Rich Clifford continues to live his life without limitations.

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Pushing the boundaries of science to treat Parkinson’s disease

Biopharma researchers like Doug are fighting to give Parkinson's patients like Rich their normal lives back.

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World TB Day: How American Innovation Extends Around the World

One fourth of the global population has tuberculosis. American innovation is changing that.

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Washington is considering policy changes that could threaten innovation

New policy proposals in Washington threaten to hamstring investment in innovation and jeopardize breakthroughs.

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Researcher Profile: Steve Yancey

Steve Yancey and his team work to discover new and better treatments that address the needs of severe asthma patients.

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Living with severe asthma is a full-time job

Living with severe asthma is a full-time job, and it has impacted nearly every area of Donna’s life.

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Researcher Profile: René van der Merwe

Biologics could bring an end to today’s “one size fits all” approach to treating asthma says René van der Merwe.

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Innovation gave me back my ability to breathe

Gil shares his experience living with severe asthma, and the impact new treatments have on his life.

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Researcher Profile: Roland Kolbeck

Dr. Kolbeck led a team of researchers to develop what has become AstraZeneca’s first respiratory biologic treatment.

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A New Era for Asthma Treatment

With more than 100 medicines for respiratory diseases currently in development and 49 medicines for asthma alone, the future has never been brighter.

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Researcher Profile: Dr. Marie-Claire Peakman

Dr. Marie-Claire Peakman always knew she wanted to make a difference in the world.

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A New Era In Treatments For Migraine

Reducing unnecessary suffering resulting from migraine is beneficial to both individual patients and to society.

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A New Personalized Cancer Treatment Shows What’s Possible in the New Era of Medicine

In recent years, researchers have expanded the limits of science so quickly that methods of treatment thought to be impossible a decade ago are now a reality.  

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Why innovation is vital: My battle with C. difficile

Simon Jenkins, who suffered from C. diff, shares his story and hope for future treatments.

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Researcher Profile Rino Rappuoli

Dr. Rino Rappuoli, a scientist at GSK, has helped pioneer vaccines that can help prevent meningococcal meningitis.

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Fighting Cancer at the Personal Level

Cancer takes 600,000 lives annually in the U.S., but advanced immuno-oncology treatments are making huge differences.

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A New Era in Cervical Cancer Treatment

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Every day, scientists continue to research new ways to treat and prevent cervical cancer in an effort to push the death rate down to zero.

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Tackling Neurological Disorders in New Ways

Chronic pain. Alzheimer's disease. Multiple Sclerosis. Brain tumors. These are some of the most well-known and prevalent diseases afflicting the more than 100 million Americans who are impacted by a…

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