Understanding mRNA Vaccines
Scientists are breaking barriers with mRNA technology, one of the approaches used to develop COVID-19 vaccines.READ MORE
Ensuring Vaccine Safety and Distribution
As we look towards the next phase of the fight against COVID-19, vaccine safety and distribution are paramount to continued success.READ MORE
What Are Monoclonal Antibodies and How Do They Work?
Scientists have discovered how monoclonal antibody treatments can help reduce the length and severity of a coronavirus infection.READ MORE
The Unique R&D Ecosystem: Delivering New Treatments and Cures to Patients
What’s the key to bringing safe, effective medicines to market? A research and development ecosystem built to take on the toughest diseases, including COVID-19 — an ecosystem that’s worth protecting.
Given the continued toll of respiratory conditions, America's biopharmaceutical researchers are dedicated to advancing science and developing solutions to address asthma, allergies and COPD.READ MORE
TELL WASHINGTON TO PROTECT INNOVATION
The United States is in a new era of medical discovery that holds unlimited promise for potential medicines targeting complex conditions, like Alzheimer’s and cancer. Make your voice heard and tell Washington we do not need to put medical innovation in jeopardy.
TOGETHER, WE FIGHT DISEASE
Nothing is possible without innovation
In Search of Targeted Treatments for Lupus
Ryan’s research gives Mitra hope that the limitations of her lupus will not last forever.LEARN MORE
I am living proof that innovation is worth it
A Lifeline for Blood Cancer
The battle against blood cancer is one that can strike early, often beginning in childhood. But thanks to the unstoppable resolve of researchers, groundbreaking treatments can now harness the body's own cells to power the fight and help give back time to patients and their families.LEARN MORE
I saw no limitations to what I could do
Pushing the boundaries of science to treat Parkinson’s disease
Biopharma researchers like Doug are fighting to give Parkinson's patients like Rich their normal lives back.LEARN MORE