In the early 1980s, I traveled to Berlin and to China for the first time. To
reach Berlin, you flew in a PanAm DC-9 from Frankfurt, your only choice of airline and departure airport. It was a beautiful day. Crossing the border to East
Germany, many things disappeared: color, highways, modern buildings and traffic. From low altitudes, it appeared that 30 to 40 years had just been lost.
Business deals and agreements associated with cancer
research are plentiful these days, and this month, ddn’s editors and writers give you several examples of the latest oncology-related acquisitions, mergers
and partnerships to be signed in this burgeoning area of pharmaceutical and biological research.