Canadian Genomics Space Should Gird for Widespread Consolidation | GenomeWeb

TORONTO, June 9 - Canadian biotech companies, including the country's burgeoning genomics sector, will likely undergo intense consolidation if they remain unable to balance their huge R&D spending with new types of revenue, according to an Ernst & Young report released today.

 

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