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November 10th, 2007
Phoenix's bioscience hub could be key to expansion plans for a Los Angeles pharmaceutical company that uses nanotechnology to kill cancer cells.
Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, CEO and executive chairman of Abraxis BioScience Inc., said he has been looking around the world for the types of collaborations and vision he sees in Phoenix.
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