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Los Angeles anchors the nation's second-largest metropolitan region, yet the city’s life-sciences cluster is nowhere near the top.

LA lags behind California's two next-largest cities, San Francisco and San Diego, in drawing scientists, commercializing their discoveries, and developing them into successful companies.

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