24 Jul /14


biomed biotech translationsFor most of history, medicine has been about treating symptoms. Thankfully, those days are quickly becoming a distant memory as a more holistic understanding of medicine paired with new technological possibilities allow doctors to treat patients better and more deliberately. In order to grasp the full extent of how rapidly modern medicine is changing in front of our eyes, one only needs to pay attention to the news. Barely a day goes by without a story chronicling the development of new treatment methods and discoveries. Earlier this year, for instance, a research team at Vanderbilt University utilized gene-silencing factors to aid tissue regeneration, which has the potential to revolutionize the treatment of chronic wounds. Aiding tissue regeneration by promoting blood vessel growth could bring relief and faster, more effective, healing to 6 million patients in the United States alone. Moreover, the new therapy could revolutionize the time-consuming treatment and after-care which costs an estimated $25 billion per year. Though a change in the treatment of an ailment that afflicts less than 2% of the American population may seem trivial, this is just the tip of the iceberg and a small glimpse of what biotechnology can do.

The leading biotech players are based in the United States, Europe, Canada, and Australia. But aside from these traditional centers of medical and biotechnical research, most notably China and India have worked hard to create their respective biotech centers. It is further commonly assumed that biotechnology is an industry of big business. However, this assumption is far from the truth. While the US is, for example, home to thousands of biotech firms, the majority of these companies are small to mid-size companies. Though these companies may be small, they form the backbone of this rapidly growing industry.
For smaller biotech businesses, their competitive advantage lies in their scientific expertise and their niche products. By focusing on highly specific medical devices and biotech solutions, small companies can outperform larger competitors.

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