August 10, 2005
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This week's issue of Neurotech Insights includes the following in-depth articles:
- Market Summary: Investors wake up to untapped insomnia market
- Playing politics with science: Frist changes his mind...again
- Stem cell brain transplants - Is it possible? Are we close?
- We've been using stem cells for decades - So what's the big deal?
- Deal & Financings (Shire Pharma, New River Pharma, BrainCells...)
- Product & Clinical Trials Updates (Takeda, Cyberonics, Cortex....)
- Featured company (sign up to find out who)
- NeuroInsights' Neurotech Index up 7.2% in July (find out winners and losers)
Articles in this issues were written by neurotech market mavens Casey Lynch MS and Frank Eeckman, MD PhD. Neurotech Insights is targeted at investors (individual, public and private), corporate executives, and industry analysts.
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