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Heiner Dreismann, Ph.D., Former President of Roche Molecular Systems, Joins the HistoRx Board of Directors
Date:10/18/2010

ng. HistoRx currently helps biopharmaceutical companies advance their product pipelines by generating valuable new insights into the safety and effectiveness of targeted therapeutics in development for cancer and other diseases, and is developing clinical assays based on these insights.  For more information please visit www.historx.com.


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