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Rx for Innovation, the Transition Team and the Room Where it Happens

The nation's innovator community has clear ideas for the next president and administration. We should know. Through FasterCures' Rx for Innovation project, we have interviewed more than 150 medical research R&D leaders across all sectors (academia, industry, nonprofit, government, payers and more), asking the basic question: What should the next administration focus on to propel scientific innovation forward? First, a few facts about the transition process.
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