How GSK rose from a lonely, inventive shepherd

Lonely shepherd Thomas Beecham perhaps noticed what herbs and plants kept his flocks healthy, and eventually became known in the mid-19th century for using them to cure animals. He then started making "decoctions" for humans. Beecham created a grinding machine from old knives to make dough of vegetable matter, formed it into strips, cut them into pills, and began selling them. He went on to start the Beecham Powders company, which eventually became SmithKline Beecham. Book review


Using AI and RWD to Uncover Rare Disease Insights, Accelerate Commercialization and Improve Patient Outcomes

Wednesday, March 24 | 2pm ET / 11am PT

Learn how transformed real world data into real world insights to assist Audentes in their development of AT132 for the treatment of XLMTM. The session reviews how IPM.ia and Audentes collaborated to uncover the XLMTM patient population.