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Event: New era of medicine comes to Capitol Hill

08:00 EDT 30 Apr 2019 | PhRMA

Biopharmaceutical researchers work every day to translate science into new treatments and cures. This passion has led to breakthroughs like gene therapy to treat childhood blindness, immuno-oncology that seeks to harness the immune system’s power to eliminate cancer or slow its growth and therapies that can prevent HIV infection. The biopharmaceutical industry is also a key economic driver and supports more than four million high-skilled jobs, serving as the single largest funder of business research and development in the U.S.

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