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BIO lawyers up

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The Biotechnology Industry Organization appoints Sandra Dennis to the newly created position of Deputy General Counsel for Healthcare Regulatory Affairs. The addition of Dennis serves to "enhance BIO's advocacy for a regulatory environment that allows biotechnology industry to bring ... technologies to market," BIO President Jim Greenwood says in a Jan. 9 release. The trade association is bolstering its regulatory affairs department at a time many anticipate increased Congressional interest in the establishment of a regulatory framework for approval of generic biologics (1"The Pink Sheet" Nov. 13, 2006, p. 3). Dennis comes to BIO from Morgan, Lewis & Bockius' FDA/Healthcare Regulation practice group, where she focused on regulatory, legislative, policy and corporate issues...

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