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May 11, 1998 | BARBARA MARSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Outside investors continue to scout around Orange County's biotech industry, looking for pay dirt. Consider Reprogen Inc., an Irvine developer of gene-based therapies for treating reproductive diseases. The company, which employees 15 people, recently raised $6.5 million from venture capitalists from places as far away as Canada, Germany and Belgium. Funds will support the company's attempt to define gene targets for new drugs to combat diseases of the breast, uterus, ovaries and prostate.
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May 11, 1998 | BARBARA MARSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Outside investors continue to scout around Orange County's biotech industry, looking for pay dirt. Consider Reprogen Inc., an Irvine developer of gene-based therapies for treating reproductive diseases. The company, which employees 15 people, recently raised $6.5 million from venture capitalists from places as far away as Canada, Germany and Belgium. Funds will support the company's attempt to define gene targets for new drugs to combat diseases of the breast, uterus, ovaries and prostate.
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April 26, 1998
* Tom Reed has been named president of Interplay Films, the new motion picture and television division of Interplay Productions in Irvine. The parent company develops and publishes interactive entertainment software. Reed was formerly vice president at Imagine Entertainment. * James V. Thomas has been appointed president of the Multi-Family Property Management division of Sares-Regis Group in Irvine. He will oversee 9,000 units in California, Colorado, Arizona and Nevada.
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March 1, 1998
* Arnold B. Hebert Jr. has been named senior vice president, corporate sales and marketing for PacifiCare Health Systems Inc., a Santa Ana managed health care service company. He had been vice president of corporate sales. Hebert succeeds Craig S. Schub, who resigned from the post to focus exclusively on Secure Horizons, PacifiCare's Medicare risk program.
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