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German Life Science Oktoberfest Comes to the Midwest

5 biotech companies and includes seven bio parks.

German Health-Care Crisis
One of the issues driving the German growth in biotech research is the aging of the German population and the resultant impact on German health-care expenses. We have the same phenomena in both the U.S., Japan and many northern European countries.

According to an article in Pharmaceutical Exe......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 10/07/03


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