Non-Profits Could Bolster Personalized Medicine, Kauffman Report Argues | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Personalized medicine may not be able to live up to its promise as long as the pharmaceutical industry is focused on blockbuster drugs, according to a new white paper from the Kauffman Foundation, which argues that small biotechs working in this field should begin to look to non-profit organizations to help fund their studies.
 

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