Tag Archives: China

An Asia Strategy is Not Optional

“If you plan to be around five or 10 years from now, you have to have a Chinese strategy.” That poignant comment in a BioWorld Today article came from Joshua Boger in 2011. The founder and former CEO of Vertex…

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China: An Image Adjustment

I’m an American baby boomer. For me – and I suspect many others of my generation – China’s image has not been the best. In my mental collage, fascination with Chinese culture and invention is offset by wariness of China’s…

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Biotech’s Emerging Giant

While attending the China track at this year’s J.P. Morgan conference in January I sat next to a gentleman who was smiling as he scanned the jam-packed penthouse meeting room. Shooting him a questioning glance, he responded with “last year…

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Can’t We Just Die Anymore?

Everyone loved my grandmother. That’s why they were rather relieved to hear she had died. My grandmother spritely went about her business against the grain of at least six diseases and with the help of four surgeries, six prescription drugs…

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