Does “The Art of the Deal” cover vaccines? Is patient privacy a relic of the past? And how big can biotech get in China?

We discuss all that and more on this, the latest episode of “The Readout LOUD,” STAT’s biotech podcast. First, we discuss the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the White House’s response, and what drug companies are doing to potentially help. Then, STAT’s Erin Brodwin joins us to discuss how Big Tech’s appetite for patient data has problematic implications for privacy. Finally, STAT’s China health care writer Jonathan Chan calls in from Hong Kong to discuss China’s fast-growing biotech industry and the challenges it faces ahead.

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  • Transcript, please ? Some of us are not able to hear, and perhaps others have different disabilities but still want to learn the information offered.

  • I would appreciate you slowing down your reading/conversation…just a bit. There’s very little time to absorb and/or identify the salient points.

  • Are you sure that China “develops” the biotech industry? How about “buy” or “copy”! Those words are much more fit their style.

  • And the natural antiviral approaches are?
    Who is economically incented to share them?
    Who knows them?
    Are most doing some by accident?
    Maybe it could be done if they got disguised as something else, internally then externally, with a company name that drains the jungle, and a leader who thinks for the long term, and who gets welcomed to the healthcare jungle.
    I wonder whether “health benefits” is the feint, acquisition, stack & not sickness benefits.
    This could get interesting. Seems to me.

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