What juicy perks do biotech startups offer to lure increasingly hard-to-find talent? How does Sanofi plan to make up for lost time in the lucrative field of oncology? And veteran biotech journalist Luke Timmerman talks about what it's like to climb Mt. Everest.
On today's show, we dig into the no good, very bad day Novartis had when the world got wind of its ties to President Trump's personal attorney, a discussion of how the world's biggest cancer conference used to be the Wild West for investors, and an exploration of one health system's plan to bring genomics to the masses. Also STAT's Eric Boodman joins us to talk about how a pricey new gene therapy has created a fascinating situation in Amish country.