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Midwest life science stocks sizzle in a tepid first quarter

The overall stock market performance for the first quarter of 2007 was not particularly exciting, although the ensuing three weeks represented a substantial improvement as the Dow Jones Industrials is poised to break through the 13,000 point barrier. So take the results, below, with a grain of salt.

The major life scien......

Full article >>> d> $53.08 <8%> $56.5 5. 3M (MMM) $76.43 $77.53 <1%> $56.1 6. Walgreen's (WAG) $45.89 $45.89 0% $45.9 7. Dow Chemical (DOW) $45.86 $40.00 +15% $44.0 8. Baxter International (BAX) $52.67
Full article >>> $17.66 $17.40 +1% $1.6 25. AllScripts Healthcare Solutions(MDRX) $26.81 $27.03 <1%> $1.5

Source: Yahoo Financial: www.yahoo.com, April 2, 2007

Now if you had bet on the Midwest Large Cap Life Science stocks during this tepid first quarter, you......

Full article >>> e retaining its specialty molecular diagnostics business, and its recent acquisition of cardiovascular company Kos Pharmaceuticals.

Baxter has showed increasing financial strength as the effects of the new management team and resulting reorganization a few years ago is giving credence to its new direction and focus. This included the announcement in the quarter of the spin-off of the for......

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