50 Lessons After 50:


Everyone in every job can innovate and contribute to scientific innovation

In an organization that is focused on science and led by scientists, it is important to expect people in non-scientific positions to innovate in their area of expertise. It is even more important to make the non-scientists understand that by enabling the scientists to work more effectively, they contribute to innovation and to achieving the mission of helping sick people. It is especially important to work closely with HR and finance to be sure that they see their jobs as enabling and blocking scientific advances.

by Dr. Stan Crooke

We cannot do
this alone

Together we are changing the world—
one patient at a time

We hope that you join us on this journey to discover, develop and provide individualized antisense medicines for free for life for nano-rare patients. The ultimate personalized medicine approach – for free, for life.

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