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Live Press Briefing on Findings of Biomedical Industry CEO Survey
Date:1/9/2012

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 9, 2012 EVENT:Live Press Briefing on Findings of Biomedical Industry CEO SurveyWHEN:Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012 TIME:10 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. PT presentation and Q&A 

 WHO:-- CEOs from three biotechnology companies: NuVasive (NASDAQ: NUVA), Omniox and Theravance (NASDAQ: THRX) 

-- Executives from BayBio, California Healthcare Institute and PwC USWHERE:Grand Hyatt San Francisco 

Conference Theatre 

345 Stockton St. 

San Francisco, CA 94108  

To listen by phone in the United States: (800) 230-1951 (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100917/NY66894LOGO )

Findings of a new survey of biomedical company CEOs about the future of the biomedical industry will be unveiled at a live press briefing hosted by the California Healthcare Institute, BayBio and PwC in San Francisco on Tuesday, Jan. 10. Some of the questions that will be addressed during the briefing include:

  • What are the biggest threats to future growth of the biomedical industry?
  • How are biomedical companies adapting to new threats and opportunities?
  • Where are biomedical companies turning for capital, and who will finance new innovation in the future?
  • How does the relationship between industry and FDA help or hinder innovation?
  • What are the key state and federal policy issues that will influence the ability for the United States and California to maintain global leadership in biomedical innovation?
  • While the biomedical industry may be poised for explosive growth over the next five to 10 years, the pace will be determined by a confluence of factors — the political, economic and regulatory environment, the availability of capital, health reform, globalization and state and fe
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