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BIO Notebook Day 3: ARM Launches Foundation To Educate Public About Gene And Cell Therapies

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Alliance for Regenerative Medicine initiative seeks to explain gene and cell therapy to the general public. Also, EY's Giovannetti says strategic decisions, not tax reform, should drive deal-making; FDA's Woodcock touts benefits of new drug review office overhaul; and Siga Technologies eyes priority review voucher upon approval of Tpoxx for smallpox.

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