Thoughts on Venture Philanthropy: A Patient-Centered Investment Thesis

Venture Philanthropy in biotechnology is as close to a patient-centered investment thesis as there could be. It allows investors and non-profit disease associations working on behalf of patient populations to consider risk, outcome, exit, time horizon, deal sourcing, and non-financial intangibles differently than a traditional venture capitalist. When a non-profit organization engages in venture philanthropy...
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What am I reading? Caregivers, Economics Behind Vaccine Mandates, Theranos

Let’s take a look at my browsing history (No, I don’t subscribe to print newspapers…)! Former New York Giants head coach (and former BC Eagles head football coach), Tom Coughlin, took to the New York Times Opinion column to pen a thoughtful piece about his wife’s recently diagnosed brain disorder, progressive supranuclear palsy. The condition...
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