US Losing Ground in Medical Innovation

July 1, 2010 at 5:56 am Leave a comment

The United States is quickly losing ground as the global leader in medical innovation and must pursue coordinated action at the highest levels of government to ensure U.S. competitiveness, create high-paying jobs and find cures to costly and life-threatening diseases, according to a new study prepared by Battelle.

The study, Gone Tomorrow? A Call to Promote Medical Innovation, Create Jobs, and Find Cures in America,” commissioned by the Council for American Medical Innovation (CAMI), reflects direct feedback of leaders representing patients, academia, private industry, research, labor, venture capital, government, and economic development.

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