The unsung public policy innovators paving the path to cures

Eric NormanNews

Patients with diseases like hemophilia, spinal muscular atrophy and β-thalassemia that could be cured with gene or cell therapies probably don’t know it, but their fates depend as much on the success of public policy innovations brainstormed around conference tables as on research conducted in labs and clinics.

Read the article in BioCentury