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Report: State faces hurdles in life sciences

Competition, training called critical issues

By Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / February 25, 2008

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Massachusetts faces several challenges if it's to remain home to one of the world's top life sciences clusters, including increased competition from around the globe, a shortage of trained workers, and a lack of coordination among key players, a new study concludes. (Full article: 584 words)

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