NEW YORK, June 6 – Lion Bioscience reported revenues for the 2001 fiscal year of 23.3 million euros ($19.9 million) Wednesday, more than double the previous year’s revenues of 10.2 million euros. It was the fourth consecutive year of greater than 100 percent annual revenue growth, the company said.

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