Issue Date: December 12, 2011
U.K. Research Gets A Shot In The Arm
British Prime Minister David Cameron outlined his government’s strategy for the U.K.’s life sciences industry at a conference in London last week. The plan, spelled out in tworeports, includes a $282 million fund to support medical research as well as changes to the delivery of new therapies through the National Health Service.
Britain’s . . .
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