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Venture funding for life science companies plummets in Q2, says report

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US venture capital investment in life science companies declined for the fourth quarter in a row – a predictable drop considering the limitations on exit strategies – plunging 39% on a year-over-year basis during the second quarter of 2012 while VC dollars across all industries fell just 12% in the same timeframe.

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