Archive for March, 2004

The 5% Shuffle – How not to get funded

The 5% Shuffle – How not to get funded Before you go ahead and pitch your potential to capture some percentage of a market, read this article. Bottom line: market’s aren’t captured, spending budgets are. Focus on capturing your customer’s budgets, not the “market.”


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A Drug Behemoth In The Making?

A Drug Behemoth In The Making? “Novartis plus Aventis would create the world’s No. 2 drugmaker, unless politics get in the way “


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Boy May Force Change in Norway Bio-Ethics Law

Boy May Force Change in Norway Bio-Ethics Law “A campaign to save a six-year-old Norwegian boy with a life-threatening blood disorder looked likely Thursday to force Norway to relax strict biotechnology laws in a stinging defeat for the government. “


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Drug Prices: The Genentech Solution

Drug Prices: The Genentech Solution “If developed nations want access to breakthrough medicines, they should have to pay full price, says Genentech Chief Executive Arthur D. Levinson. “


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Amgen Opens The Secret Curtain

Amgen Opens The Secret Curtain “The biotech leader will host analysts and investors to drum up excitement for its pipeline — and its stock. Will it work? “


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Biotech uptick moves into March

Biotech uptick moves into March: “February went out like a lion in biotechnology as filings for initial public offerings (IPOs) by three companies capped a flurry of activity in the sector. Acadia Pharmaceuticals, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, and Ark Therapeutics announced filings in the wake of strong openings on Wall Street last month for GTx, Renovis, Corgentech, […]


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And When ImClone's Drug Doesn't Work…

And When ImClone’s Drug Doesn’t Work… It’s not all roses for Erbitux: “The drug dramatically shrinks colon tumors in some patients. But in others, it has little effect — and no one knows why. “


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And When ImClone’s Drug Doesn’t Work…

And When ImClone’s Drug Doesn’t Work… It’s not all roses for Erbitux: “The drug dramatically shrinks colon tumors in some patients. But in others, it has little effect — and no one knows why. “


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