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Florida: Investing Heavily in Biotechnology - Governor uses state funds to attract large biotech companies

is that the university has already raised $552 million of the money including $33 million from Phil Frost, a trustee of the university and the chairman and CEO of IVAX.

IVAX is one of the largest generic companies in the U.S. If youve read my past columns, youll note I said that generic pharmaceutical companies can be very profitable. Frost is also a doctor who originally came to Miami t......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Rosen 11/02/03


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