A new superchip for the development of superdrugs
In the MIT Tech Review, an article describes how at Argonne National Laboratory, roughly 30 miles from downtown Chicago, scientists try to understand the origin and evolution of the universe, create longer-lasting batteries, and develop precision cancer drugs.
« ASCO, The Woodstock of oncologists »
Some stats from STATnews The compounded annual growth rate in spending on oncology drugs is forecast to rise between 11% and 14%, bringing the total market to $200 billion to $230 billion. If you include supportive care, which is forecast to fall by as much…