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Midwest life science stocks kept sizzling in Q2

Amazing what can happen in three short months! The major stock indices looked pretty lackluster at the end of the first quarter, but have picked up steam in the second quarter with the Dow Jones going from a one percent decline to a very robust eight percent growth for the first half. Not far behind was the

Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 07/03/07


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