Translational research: Crossing the valley of death

  title={Translational research: Crossing the valley of death},
  author={Declan Butler},
  • D. Butler
  • Published 11 June 2008
  • Medicine
  • Nature
A chasm has opened up between biomedical researchers and the patients who need their discoveries. Declan Butler asks how the ground shifted and whether the US National Institutes of Health can bridge the gap. 
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