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La Crosse Health Science Center is an Evolving Example of Collaboration

rsity nearby would ordinarily speak against that happening but ties to the University of Wisconsin Medical School and Mayo Clinic suggest the possibilities.

The people, the partners and the facility are in place in La Crosse. All thats needed is a signature tech transfer effort that will put the facility on the map. The La Crosse Health Science Center is built. In time, better things wil......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 12/08/03


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