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3rd Annual New Paradigms to Fund Biotech & Biotech Interactive Showcase

08 Jan 2013 - 09 Jan 2013 - San Francisco, CA, USA



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Key individuals from biotech, pharma and the investment community guide this event, its goal to advance R&D through alternative sources of funding. New for the 2013 event on January 8th is a morning dedicated to the Unique Life Science Deals of the Year hosted by Dennis Purcell, Senior Managing Partner at Aisling Capital, as well as an early-stage interactive biotech showcase on the afternoon of January 9th. The conference is backed by an exceptionally distinguished speaking faculty.



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