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Patrick pitches biotech plan

Cites new jobs, 'contribution to humanity'

Craig Mello, a Nobel Prize recipient, was applauded by Governor Deval Patrick and House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi. Craig Mello, a Nobel Prize recipient, was applauded by Governor Deval Patrick and House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi. (DAVID L. RYAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Peter Schworm and April Simpson
Globe Staff / July 20, 2007

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Governor Deval Patrick provided a blueprint yesterday for his proposed $1 billion investment in biotechnology, introducing sweeping legislation that would finance cutting-edge research, create the nation's largest stem cell bank, and provide expanded tax credits to life science companies. (Full article: 1059 words)

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