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May 12th, 2005

A Billion Here ... A Billion There

Jack Uldrich: Yesterday, The Freedonia Group issued a press release stating that the health care market for nanotechnology related products will be $6.5 billion by 2009. If this sounds a little familiar perhaps it is because last month another organization released a similar press release explaining that nanotechnology will account for only $1.7 billion in nano-related health products by 2009.

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