The next big thing is… According to the most recent MoneyTree Survey, a report put together by PricewaterhouseCoopers, Thomson Venture Economics and the National Venture Capital Association, which tracks venture capital investments, biotech and medical equipment firms are really the next big thing … Although overall VC funding in the third quarter dipped 8 percent […]
Pharmaceutical Makers Turn To CRM After years of blockbuster medications that literally change the way their customers live, drugmakers are facing a period of uncertainty as the cost of developing the next big thing grows and the discovery pipeline shrinks. Many pharmaceutical companies are turning to customer-relationship-management technology as a means to squeeze revenue from […]
Fog Begins to Lift with Q3 Biotech Numbers Certain market indicators for 2003�s third quarter suggest that at least some investors and analysts are anticipating more boom, less doom.
India emerges as new drug trial hot spot Biotech entrepreneurs see Indian clinical trials � which can cut costs by 60 percent � as the difference between success and slow death.
Who’s Going To Pay For Global Health? The amazingly swift global response to the SARS outbreak earlier this year demonstrated once and for all that it is possible for countries to join forces and fight epidemics quickly and effectively. So, shouldn’t the same apply to the true pandemics � AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis? Indeed it […]
Seeking a Prescription for Biogenerics No U.S. laws allow for generic versions of off-patent biotech medicines. Several forces are now working to change that
Why Merck Missed the Mark S&P’s Herman Saftlas talks about the Street’s reaction to the drug giant’s disappointing earnings report and what the future may hold
Biotech: Teva’s Next Triumph? The Israeli maker of generics wants a piece of the fast-growing bio-drug market
Gene Therapy Rebuilds Gums Gene therapy can restore damage caused by severe gum disease, suggest animal studies.
Is Viagra Vulnerable? Eli Lilly’s Cialis lasts for 36 hours–and a $100 million ad blitz will spread the word