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Riding High On Investor Enthusiasm, BIO CEO 2014 Opens In New York

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Executive Summary

Sanofi’s Chris Viehbacher says mutual respect, cultural understanding and close communication are keys to relationships with partners Alnylam and Regeneron; BIO survey confirms investor optimism for 2014; and RNAi panelists reflect on recent IPO glories.

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