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The Arizona BioIndustry Association has restructured its operations to “better support the growth and success of its member companies and to unify, empower, and advance the bioscience industry” throughout the state, AZBio said this week.
 
As part of the restructuring, AZBio has integrated with the Bioindustry Organization of Southern Arizona, and a new board of directors has been selected to lead the association.
 
The following individuals comprise the new board:

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