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Geert Cauwenbergh joins RXi as CEO

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RNAi focused biotech, RXi Pharmaceuticals, has appointed Dr Geert Cauwenbergh president and CEO and a member of the board of directors. Dr Cauwenbergh was most recently chair and CEO of Barrier Therapeutics.

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