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Clinical Research Fast Facts

  • In 2010, Wisconsin was home to 1,311 active clinical trials. That’s nearly 9% of the 15,134 clinical trials in the United States.
  • Wisconsin clinical research is concentrated on: Cancers(744) • Rare Diseases (419) • Respiratory Disorders (157) • Cardiovascular Diseases (82) • Diabetes (44) • Mental and Behavioral Disorders (42) • HIV/AIDS (8)
  • In Wisconsin, biopharmaceutical research firms invested $114.2 million in research and development in 2008.
  • In 2008, the biopharmaceutical industry supported more than 43,000 jobs throughout the state – 6,440 directly in the sector and 36,708 in other sectors.
  • Wisconsin biopharmaceutical employees earned $350.3 million in 2008, providing $16.8 million in state taxes and $78.2 million in federal taxes.

 

Sources:
– Archstone Consulting, http://www.phrma.org/sites/default/files/wisconsin.pdf
– Research in Your Backyard: Developing Cures, Creating Jobs – Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials in Wisconsin; PhRMA

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