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Cleveland Clinic Innovations – Creating A Global Innovation Engine

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At a time when venture capital dollars are scarce and US-based innovation is threatened, Cleveland Clinic Innovations, with its novel GCIC cardiovascular project, is bringing critical mass and a new direction to an inherently unwieldy process.

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