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Liftstream would like to invite guest bloggers to contribute to our blog and newsletter on www.liftstream.com/blog. Liftstream invites articles on any area within the life science field. In particular, Liftstream would be interest in hearing the thoughts and opinions of people working in areas of the life sciences market with a focus towards transformational innovation, such as rare diseases, medical device, companion diagnostics and regenerative medicine.
Owing to the success of Liftstream’s biotech cluster reviews and the rapid growth of its corresponding group on Linkedin. Liftstream has profiled Biopolis, the biotechnology cluster of Singapore. Singapore has established itself as a leading biotechnology cluster in not only the Asian but Global biotechnology market. Biopolis has attracted a host of international pharmaceutical companies as well as a significant number of local start-up biotech companies.
The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) recently held its annual congress in Vienna, Austria. The congress was a flood with a variety of new and updated clinical data about a number of cancer drugs currently in development. The congress was a blend of big pharma and small innovative biotech’s presenting a wide array of data. Below, Liftstream looks at some of the highlights from the congress.
Liftstream looks at how the emerging markets is placing demands on talent and creating gaps in expertise within key functions like regulatory affairs.
Oncology drug development is one of the largest areas within the pharmaceutical industry, addressing a disease area that causes more deaths than all other diseases apart from cardiovascular. The current global oncology market is estimated to be in the region of $55bn and forecast to grow to over $70bn by 2016. The oncology market is often seen as the most diverse with a wide range of indications and there are some 900 estimated clinical programmes currently underway. It is estimated that there are more than 200 different forms of cancer and therefore the oncology market presents a unique set of challenges to the industry.