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The Cure in the Code by Peter Huber

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NATURE TOOK FOUR billion years to develop the code that choreographs life on earth today. Medicine’s transformation into an information industry began around 1850 and crept forward at a glacial pace for a century. Then in our generation, in the blink of an eye, medicine plunged into the molecular abyss, and in doing so it became all information, or close to it. Unleashing the enormous power and economies of innovation on this, the last frontier of the information revolution, will require fundamental changes in public policy.

Humanity, as represented by the Nobel Committee, officially recognized the dawn of the new era on October 18, 1988, forty years after Gertrude Elion and George Hitchings began their pioneering work on “structure-based” ...

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