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Killer Apps for Killer Diseases

According to the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, more than 17 million people die of infectious disease each year. Indeed, within the last three decades, no fewer than 30 new communicable diseases have emerged for which no effective treatment exists. Just about every major antibiotic has shown the evolution of resistance within three years of introduction, which means that the list of unmet needs is growing. Can biotechnology buck the trend?

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By G Steven Burrill, CEO of Burrill & Company

G Steven Burrill is CEO of Burrill & Company, a San Francisco-based life sciences merchant bank. Mr Burrill currently serves on eight Boards of Directors including DepoMed (Amex: DMI) and Third Wave Technologies (NASDAQ: TWTI), and is Chairman of the Boards of Pyxis Genomics and Paradigm Genetics (NASDAQ: PDGM). Prior to founding Burrill & Company in 1994, he spent 28 years with Ernst & Young directing and co-ordinating the firm's services to clients in the biotechnology, life sciences, high technology and manufacturing industries worldwide.

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