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Venture Philanthropists Say "Welcome To The Table" At Partnering Conference

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Venture philanthropists have clearly been expanding their role in funding drug development beyond the basic research phase. Now, they want to collaborate more aggressively with traditional biopharma deal-makers, and an ambitious conference, FasterCures, recently organized in New York, took a step toward that goal. The organizers created a meeting based on a mixed format, which was comfortable for its diverse attendees - patient advocates, academics, and investors - yet drove the message: let's get something done

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