Public-private partnerships popular way to develop treatments

06/6/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Behind the story of Gardasil, the new cervical cancer vaccine, is a trend toward public-private partnerships in the search for new medical discoveries. Public money finances the research, private firms bring the technologies to market and the public institutions involved in the research receive a share of the revenue.

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