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September 27th, 2004
Science Track at Biotech 2004
Curing Cancer by 2015. Reversing the effects of Alzheimer's disease. Repairing spinal cord injury. Are these within our reach? Expert scientists and executives will discuss this and more during Biotech 2004.
The panel for the tissue repair and regeneration session will provide an overview of the latest advances and the promise it holds for future treatments--organ transplants, artificial organs, nanotechnology, and stem cell research are providing great potential.
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