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ITRI: Taiwan Focuses on C Liver Medic's R&D to Reach USD 6 Billion Potential Market in the World
Date:12/12/2008

provide the chances of interaction and communication for both domestic and international drug firms, sharing together with each other on the issue about research & development on new drugs for hepatitis C, and also, promoting international collaboration between domestic and overseas firms. Of course, it will elevate the value and beneficial results derived from the study to whole industry. In the near future, ITRI, focused on the study of liver diseases, is looking forward to combine many researches & techniques among international countries, setting up the platform & mode for collaboration to guide further development for biomedical and engineering industries. For this promotion, the forum aimed at leading biomedical and engineering industries to promote their own CRO, CMO, internationalized medical care services, investigation on new drugs, medical equipments, and bio-medicament, creating more new business opportunities for domestic biomedical industries as the purpose.

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