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Join Cato BioVentures and Cancer Advances at Biotech Showcase 2013 & J.P. Morgan 31st Annual Healthcare Conference
Date:1/7/2013

Durham, NC (PRWEB) January 07, 2013

Experts from Cato BioVentures and Cancer Advances are attending Biotech Showcase 2013 and J.P. Morgan 31st Annual Healthcare Conference this week in San Francisco. These two annual events bring together private and public investors and pharmaceutical executives from around the world to meet in one place for two of the healthcare industry's largest conferences.

Attending experts include: Daniel Pharand, C.P.A., C.A., Principal of Cato BioVentures and Chief Financial Officer of Cato Research as well as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Cancer Advances; Jo Cato, Ph.D., Vice President of Cato BioVentures and Chief Operating Officer of Cato Research; and David Gee, Strategic Business Developer of Cato Research.

These experts, along with other Cato BioVentures and Cancer Advances representatives, will participate in Biotech Showcase 2013, attending one-on-one partnering meetings and the J.P. Morgan conference.

To set up a meeting with Cato BioVentures or Cancer Advances, please call 919-361-2286. For more information, you may visit:
http://www.cato.com/marketing/2013/2013-Biotech_CatoBioVentures.html

About Cato BioVentures:
Cato BioVentures is the venture capital affiliate of Cato Research, a global contract research and development organization (CRO). For over 20 years, Cato BioVentures and Cato Research have partnered with entrepreneurs, academic institutions, and a broad base of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies to advance a robust portfolio of successful product development programs. Through strategic CRO service agreements with Cato Research, Cato BioVentures has invested its CRO Service Capital™ in innovative therapeutics, medical devices, and stem cell technologies that improv
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