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The greatest life-science developments of 2004

What have been the greatest developments in life sciences for 2004 and what impact will these have on the future? While a lot of things have happened in 2004 in the land of biotech and pharmaceuticals, the answer could be:

1. Mercks taking Vioxx off the market due to potent cardiovascular side effects and the resultant scrutiny on the ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 12/21/04


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