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Midwest biotech stocks drop like a rock during the third quarter

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The bloodbath continues for our Midwest biotech sector. It hurts to look at the above chart. While I wish I could say the stock drop was related to our smallest cap companies, it was across the board affecting even our larger cap biotech companies like MGI Pharma and KV Pharmaceuticals.

The one piece of good news in 2005 is that there have been three Midwest IPOs and ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 10/10/05


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