NeoTherapeutics solidifies tie to UCI reseach team

November 1999
Orange County Business Journal;11/29/99, Vol. 22 Issue 48, p72
Reports on developments related to medical care in Orange County, California, as of November 29, 1999. Includes NeoTherapeutics Inc.'s formation of NeoGene Technologies Inc.; United States National Institutes of Health's awarding of grant to the University of California in Irvine's College of Medicine and School of Social Ecology; Members of the industry who were named recipients of the Mentor in Medicine Award.


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