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The Hamner Institutes Announce Partnership With China Medical City
Date:5/20/2009

otect the environment. The Hamner has recently expanded its mission to include drug safety, NIH-funded human disease research, and support for life science start-ups. As a neutral, independent research institute, The Hamner works collaboratively with academia, government regulatory agencies, and commercial companies to accelerate the development of new bioscience technologies. For more information, please see www.thehamner.org or call (919) 558-1200.

    The Hamner Institutes Media contact:
    Ryal Curtis
    MMI Associates, Inc.
    (919) 233-6600
    (919) 233-0300 (fax)
    ryal@mmimarketing.com


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