Need To Redefine Recipe For Success In Korean Biotech?
In South Korea, success and failure in the bioventure sector seems to be measured differently to elsewhere, while other legal and investment hurdles remain, and some experts are now pointing to the need for change if the industry is to move on to the next phase.
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