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Shire and Boston Children's Hospital Enter Into Broad Research Collaboration
Date:11/20/2012

hire HGT. "Shire has a deep commitment to patients with rare diseases, and our developmental expertise combined with Boston Children's research capabilities should enable an acceleration of our discovery and development efforts. Our collaboration with Boston Children's is an ideal example of how we advance these goals."

"We are excited about the potential that the collaboration with Shire represents," said Dr. Alan Beggs, Director of the Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research at Boston Children's. "Boston Children's brings the research infrastructure to make the foundational discoveries about these diseases and our clinicians know the patients and their needs. Partnering with Shire's drug development capabilities represents a powerful combination that we hope will facilitate the development of new classes of therapy to ultimately benefit patients."

Notes to editors

Shire enables people with life-altering conditions to lead better lives.

Through our deep understanding of patients' needs, we develop and provide healthcare in the areas of:

  • Behavioral Health and Gastro Intestinal conditions
  • Rare Diseases
  • Regenerative Medicine

as well as other symptomatic conditions treated by specialist physicians.

We aspire to imagine and lead the future of healthcare, creating value for patients, physicians, policymakers, payors and our shareholders.

About Boston Children's Hospital

Founded in 1869 as a 20-bed hospital for children, Boston Children's Hospital has been ranked as one of the nation's best pediatric hospitals by U.S.News & World Report for the past 21 years. Boston Children's is the primary pediatric teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and the largest provider of health care to Massachusetts children. In addition to 396 pediatric and adolescent inpatient beds and 228 outpatient programs, Boston Children's houses the world's large
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