Economic Impact of Bioscience Connecticut
AbstractBioscience Connecticut accelerates the build?out of the foundation for continuing economic development and job growth, creating, attracting, and expanding biomedical and bioscience firms. bioscience connecticut provides positive impacts on annual personal income, disposable income, with a potential for better health care for Connecticut's citizens. In contrast PA10?104, while addressing effectively the essential challenges of UCHC, focused on expanding clinical services, an approach whose economic benefits would plateau after full implementation.
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