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The global leader in gene therapy and vaccine manufacturing is planning a major expansion in Montgomery County, MD.


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The global leader in gene therapy and vaccine manufacturing is planning a major expansion in Montgomery County, MD.

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Latest: Vigene Biosciences Adding 245 Jobs In Rockville, Maryland - The global leader in gene therapy and vaccine manufacturing is planning a major expansion in Montgomery County, MD.

Vigene Biosciences Adding 245 Jobs In Rockville, Maryland

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