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Alaric DeArment

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Alaric lives in New York and has been covering the biopharma industry and health care for more than 14 years. His areas of focus include clinical trials, drug development in hematology-oncology, cell and gene therapy and the industry's growing use of artificial intelligence and machine learning. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Ball State University and previously lived in China for three years.

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