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INFOGRAPHIC: A US biotech IPO surge? Data are mixed

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Many people argue that the surge in initial public offerings by biotechnology companies suggests a bubble in danger of imminent explosion, but is the industry's IPO market really surging? It depends on how you interpret the numbers related to first-time stock offerings so far in 2014 versus 2015.

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