Our current experiences with COVID-19 in the United States, together with headlines warning of major efforts by the Chinese and Russian governments to hack corporate, academic and federal laboratories to steal information on pending therapies, underline the importance of maintaining the U.S. lead in the life sciences. It’s not just our health at risk—it’s also our security. We’ve just had a taste of what it’s like depending on China for medicines and protective gear. We also face an internal threat posed by “drug populists” calling for arbitrary government price controls while blaming patents for costs and blocking innovation. Ironically, a perfect example of this school of thought appeared in the New York Daily News the same day as an important new report issued from the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF). Titled “Ensuring U.S. Biomedical Competitiveness”, the report is a treasure trove of critically needed information.
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