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Best of the Blog, Start-Up, January 2009

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Executive Summary

Best of the Blog is a monthly column highlighting the best of our free online content at www.windhover.com/blog. In January Windhover's editorial staff posted 48 articles to the site, covering biopharma, device and diagnostics R&D, business development, regulatory and commercial news. Highlights included our ongoing coverage of Pfizer's acquisition of Wyeth as well as dispatches from the JP Morgan meeting in San Francisco. And we awarded IN VIVO Blog's Deal of the Year. Here are a few of our favorite blog posts and excerpts for stories not covered elsewhere in this month's START-UP.

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