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Date:4/22/2009

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Founded by the physician partners of ACORN (Accelerated Community Oncology Research Network), World BioBank embraces forward-thinking technology and a strong commitment to the advancement of bioscience. World BioBank provides industry and academia genetically diverse, high quality, standardized biospecimens with high quality data. Services also include biomarker storage, management and consultation for clinical trials and other scientific study.


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