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AdvaMed 2008 Supporting Partner Organizations Up 30% Over Last Year
Date:8/12/2008

-- Georgia Bio

-- Healthcare Institute of New Jersey

-- iBIO, Illinois Biotechnology Industry Organization

-- IMDA, Irish Medical Devices Association

-- IMDMC, Indiana Medical Device Manufacturers Council

-- KansasBio, Kansas Bioscience Organization

-- LifeScience Alley

-- Maryland/Israel Development Center

-- MassMEDIC, Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council

-- MAVA, Mid-Atlantic Venture Association

-- MdBio, Tech Council of Maryland

-- MEDEC (Canadian Medical Device Association)

-- MichBio, Michigan Biosciences Association

-- Mid-Atlantic - Russian Business Council

-- MOBio, Missouri Biotechnology Association

-- MTAA, Medical Technology Association of Australia

-- New Hampshire Biotechnology Council

-- NC Bio, North Carolina Biosciences Organization

-- NVCA, National Venture Capital Association

-- OCRI Life Sciences (Ottawa)

-- OCTANe (Orange County)

-- Pennsylvania Bio

-- SEMDA, Southeastern Medical Device Association

-- SoCalBio, Southern California Biomedical Council

-- VaBIO, Virginia Biotechnology Association

-- WBBA, Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association

-- The World Health Care Congress

"With a growing number of medical technology members, the Arizona BioIndustry Association is pleased to be a Supporting Partner Organization for AdvaMed 2008," said Bob Eaton, President and CEO of AZBio. "This industry-driven event is a great opportunity for our members to share ideas, meet potential collaborators and investors, and provide input on policy issues affecting medical technology companies."

Developed by industry, for industry, AdvaMed 2008: The MedTech Conference is the premier event for business leaders, policy-makers, patient groups, news media, financiers, and service providers from around the world. Attendees will participate in policy sess
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