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June 20th, 2005

BIO conference attracts industry leaders, protesters

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BIO 2005, the Biotechnology Industry Organization's annual trade show and convention, got underway Sunday in Philadelphia with an opening reception at the National Constitution Center.

"Nanotechnology, personalized medicine, new approaches to obesity and cancer -- this convention will cover the spectrum of biotechnology innovation."

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