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The impact of modern medicine on the human condition can’t be underestimated. From antibiotics to vaccines, medicine has changed the way our bodies work, answered deadly questions, and promised faster cures. But it’s not simple. Drug development is rife with tension. It costs a lot of money, and takes a long time. Most things fail. But when they succeed, they can make a tremendous difference in people’s lives. Where will the next breakthroughs come from? How will we pay for them? Who decides who gets them? This is SIGNAL, a podcast from Stat that sorts through the flood of health...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.3 stars from 37 ratings
Probably the best biopharma podcast out there — short but extremely informative. Love it.
MannyTZ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/16/18
Great Journalism
I really love the show - instead of the usual US podcast blah blah, in this show every sentence voiced really has substance. Great work, more and more episodes please!
DocHarri via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/22/17
Timely, Informative, Excellent
This is a great source of thoughtful analysis on a variety of topics related to biotech, healthcare and their intersection with business.
Copathetic via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/20/17
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