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Medical researchers' altruism collides with a for-profit feud

The Broad Institute in Cambridge is trying to create molecules and make them cheaply available to labs around the world.
By Stephen Heuser
Globe Staff / July 1, 2006

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Just over a year ago, Cambridge's prestigious Broad Institute started an idealistic medical-research project, fueled by millions of dollars from drug companies, to create powerful new molecules and make them cheaply available to lab researchers around the world. (Full article: 1100 words)

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