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CBI’s Orphan Drug Innovation Summit

June 4, 2013

Have you registered for CBI’s Orphan Drug Innovation Summit yet? Join me at this highly interactive conference —delivering top industry perspectives and featured presentations on groundbreaking topics from RNA-based therapeutic strategies to drug discovery through the incorporation of next generation sequencing to addressing the challenges of commercialization in the EU. From National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) to Pfizer Inc to Isis Pharmaceuticals to CheckOrphan…CBI’s Orphan Drug Innovation Summit has thought leaders bringing you the most up-to-date information in the most comprehensive two-day event on rare disease and orphan drugs!

This event is chock-full of innovative discussions involving:

•   Emerging regulatory policies to successfully achieve global market access
•   Collaboration between pharmaceutical companies, patients, government, and venture capitalists
•   Pricing and reimbursement issues
•   Global market access and distribution techniques
•   And more!

View the full agenda.


CBI is proud to be a partner of the 5th US Rare Disease Day and we are looking to make a difference at our Orphan Drug Innovation Summit this year. In honor of Rare Disease Day, we will be donating a small portion of our proceeds from this year’s Summit to benefit a patient organization helping to find a cure for a rare disease.

Click here to register for this interactive summit or to learn more, please visit our website.

Please Note: The Orphan Druganaut Blog is a Media Partner.

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