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Wisconsin publicly traded biomedical companies report gains this quarter

Wisconsin's biotechnology industry has continued its growth, with three publicly traded biotech and health-care companies showing an improvement in revenues and net income over the last quarter. Due to new products and investments, the companies have been able to secure a foothold on the industry.

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 10/27/04


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