Michigan biotech plan brings in 250 jobs

Michigan's effort to lure biomedical business to areas like Detroit is showing early success. Eighteen months ago, a group of hospitals, universities, medical device firms and biopharmaceutical companies came together to help biomedical businesses in the area expand. So far, that development plan has resulted in 250 more jobs and $9 million in investment, according to a release. Report

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