Letters to the Editor

FROM THE PRINT EDITION |
 
 

The Promise of Biotech
Your December issue with the cover story “Cancer Cure Inc.” offered a great overview of Washington’s life sciences industry. It identifies many of the assets that our state possesses, such as world class research, innovators, entrepreneurs, biotech and medtech companies, digital and global health expertise and some of the brightest minds working on curing cancer and other diseases that affect every single citizen in the state, across the county and around the world. Life sciences is one of our best kept secrets and Washington has the potential to become the global leader in life science innovation and health care delivery!  Thanks for the attention.

Chris E. Rivera
President & CEO, Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association
Seattle

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