Midwest healthcare startups raise record $1.2 billion in 2007
Raleigh News & Observer, January 21, 2008
Midwest healthcare startups attracted a record $1.2 billion in new investments in 2007, according to the Midwest Health Care Venture Investment Report released by BioEnterprise. The total represents a 55 percent increase over 2006, a sharp rise that both outpaces national venture industry growth and even surpasses the 25 percent increase that occurred in the previous year.
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