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New Study: Life Science Jobs Total 77,000 in Washington State
Date:11/6/2009

utions is located in Seattle, near the University of Washington.

The We Work for Health coalition, which is funded primarily by the biopharmaceutical industry, supports the growth of the life sciences sector, including biotechnology, biopharmaceutical and biomedical companies that develop innovative treatments to improve and save lives. In addition to improving the health and well-being of patients, the private companies and public institutions of Washington's life sciences sector play a critical role in the economic strength of Washington state.

Through world-renowned research and academic institutions, biopharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and global health organizations, Washington's life sciences industry has formed a unique innovation pipeline that creates high-paying jobs, drives economic activity, saves lives and defines Washington's cutting-edge business culture. Through investment in R&D and philanthropic grants to academic and community organizations, life sciences companies are an important source of innovation in the state.

For more information, please visit http://www.weworkforhealth.org/state/washington. To obtain a copy of Special Report: Washington Life Sciences Economic Impact Study, contact Jenna Kaluza, Nyhus Communications LLC for We Work for Health, (206) 323-3733 or jenna@nyhus.com.

About We Work For Health

We Work for Health unites organizations, companies, individuals and other stakeholders around a common goal: to educate policymakers, key opinion leaders and the media about the economic impact of the life sciences innovation pipeline in Washington state. We Work for Health seeks to raise awareness of the impact of public policy on innovation in the life sciences, related industries and surrounding communities.

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