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Why Millions from California Won't Get VCs to Fund Stem Cell Start-Ups--But What Will

This article was originally published in Start Up

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Despite the millions of dollars from public initiatives, particularly in California, to fund stem-cell research, VCs will still probably stay away until Big Pharma and Big Biotech show more of their own R&D interest in the area.

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