Assembly Bill 375, the California Consumer Privacy Act, will require companies that store large amounts of data, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, and others, to disclose what kinds of data they collect, and give consumers more control over how that data is shared.
CLSA Board Member David Beier pens an op-ed in STAT News regarding the impact of the 2.3% medical device tax on patient care and innovation.
CLSA President & CEO Sara Radcliffe pens an op-ed in the San Diego Business Journal regarding the need to nurture California and San Diego’s innovative life sciences industry.
Sara Radcliffe, Pres. & CEO, CLSA & Don Bobo, Corporate Vice President, Strategy & Corporate Development, Edwards Lifesciences, pen an op-ed in The O.C. Register, urging Congress repeal the 2.3% medical device tax. The tax stands to threaten an innovative medtech sector that employs over 22,000 in Orange County and 77,200 statewide.
“Californians have legitimate concerns about access to affordable drugs, but SB 17 does not address them. It is a bad deal for business and does nothing to benefit patients.” – William J. Newell, CEO, Sutro Biopharma & Vice Chairman, California Life Sciences Association.
“As an early-stage company CEO, I’m afraid that SB 17 will increase uncertainty and stifle investment that companies like ours rely on to develop new drugs.”
“Cancer is frightening in the abstract, and even more so when it becomes your reality. Three years ago, I was diagnosed at a relatively young age with late-stage colon cancer and have since gone through extensive treatments.”
CLSA President & CEO Sara Radcliffe pens a letter to the editor of The Sacramento Bee, responding to an op-ed by Sen. Ed Hernandez on SB 17, a bill being deceptively sold under the label of drug pricing transparency.
CLSA Pres. & CEO Sara Radcliffe pens an op-ed in The San Diego Union-Tribune on the strength of California and San Diego’s life sciences industry, the importance of BIO 2017 coming to San Diego, importance of policymakers and stakeholders to sustain and nurture growth of the sector.
CLSA Pres. & CEO Sara Radcliffe pens an op-ed in the Los Angeles Daily News outlining the strength of California life sciences industry, and calling on policymakers and stakeholders to sustain and nurture its growth.