Investment in Northeast Ohio health ventures takes off
Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 23, 2008
Investment in new healthcare companies in Northeast Ohio nearly tripled last year, bringing more than $240 million to the region. Greater Cleveland has the potential to be one of the nation's top five centers for health care innovation. Northeast Ohio already has taken a big step in that direction--its health care companies have attracted an average of more than $100 million in investments during each of the last five years.
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