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October 02, 2013

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Interesting that you chose not to speak with anyone with who might differ with the GPhA on this.

Mr. Howard:

If you work with or know of any companies or organizations having differing viewpoints on this issue, and would kindly provide us with their statements or reports, we would be happy to post on those as well.

Thanks for reading,

Don

Don,
The Biotechnology Industry Organization has been a vocal advocate for this important bill, as it a necessary measure to ensure that patients and doctors remain in control of their medical treatment as the market for complex biologics evolves over the next several years.
If you want more info, check this out: http://www.biotech-now.org/corporate/2013/09/ask-ca-governor-brown-to-sign-sb-598#

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