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Ruth- you left the Radical Evolution book here! Here is a link to it: http://www.garreau.com/main.cfm?action=book&id=2 , The Pain VAccine that I mentioned is here: http://www.wired.com/medtech/health/news/2003/10/60768 and the case I mentioned in functional foods to tumeric http://www.annalsofian.org/article.asp?issn=0972-2327;year=2008;volume=11;issue=1;spage=13;epage=19;aulast=Mishra
Good Luck! - D
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- Move to emerging markets (subquestions: what is government stance, how is local infrastructure (ie. can you get the drugs to the people?)?
- What are regulatory issues regarding local registration of the drug?
- No more blockbusters, even focus on generics, or are there still enough other diseases to cure without simply incrementally improving existing drugs?
- Generics vs. Patents? What will the IP landscape be?
Edited existing ones
• Increasing potential to grow based on new available technology
• Struggling old world economy
• Increasing Empowerment of Consumers in Healthcare System
• Continuously growing demand for new medical applications
• The increasing gap between developed, emerging and poor economies
• The increasing globalization of markets
• Power of the United Nations
• Legal Restrictions for Biotech increasing in certain countries, decreasing in others
Added new ones
• IP rights
• Illnesses of global importance/Pandemics
• Research budget in pharmaceutical industry
• Effect of development of health care system in emerging market countries to existing pharmaceutical industry
• Unification of regulatory approval
• Increasing Competitiveness through innovation in biotechnology
• Changing business models for pharmaceutical industry
-  Top Trends in Healthcare, Medicine and Pharmaceuticals - What's Next
-  10 Major Healthcare / Pharmaceutical Trends -Jim Carroll's Blog
-  Pharma 2020: Virtual R&D "Which path will you take?" - PricewaterhouseCoopers