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Covance, WuXi Abandon Plans To Create Joint Drug Testing Facility In China

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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BEIJING - Just three months after unveiling plans to create a joint venture facility for preclinical drug testing services on China's east coast, the Shanghai-headquartered WuXi PharmaTech and and Princeton, N.J.-based Covance have called off the deal

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