Results of a recent study on 'Purchasing Life Science Products'

J Halverson j.halverson at
Thu Mar 18 14:54:55 EST 2004

Researchers today have the ability to purchase products from a number
of different sources--each of which offer certain drawbacks and
benefits--from on-site supply centers to internal purchasing "hubs" to
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