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Thinking outside the IPO box

With the biotech bear market approaching its three-year anniversary, liquidity events are more associated with a round of cocktails than IPOs. So attendees weren't surprised at the downbeat tenor of a panel's assessment of biotech's liquidity prospects for 2003 at the National Conference on Biotechnology Ventures put on by Oxford Bioscience Partners and Ernst & Young.

Last week's panel - moderated by E&Y's Mike Hildreth and including Lehman Vice Chairman Fred Frank; MPM's Kurt von Emster and Pacific Growth CEO Rick Osgood - generally hewed to the widely held belief

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