6. The High Costs of Business as Usual We’re spending a lot on treating disease: $2.1 trillion on healthcare in 2006 – more than $7000 per person We’re not spending much on curing disease: And productivity is falling: Sources: CMS, Research!America
9. Separating what we need to do in science and what we need to do in the culture of science to accelerate curing diseases
10. TRAIN: You Are Not Alone The Redstone Acceleration and Innovation Network Collaborative, mission-driven, results-oriented, and strategic in their use of capital, these groups are motivated solely by moving promising therapies from the laboratory bench to the patient’s bedside as rapidly as possible – even those that do not directly fund therapy development.