Apsara Biotech Research provides in-depth research on publicly traded stocks in the biotechnology sector. We pride ourselves on conducting high quality research for our clients and the public markets. Apsara is not affiliated with a broker-dealer and does not underwrite public offerings or provide investment banking services to the companies that it researches. Therefore, the research coverage provided in our reports are not influenced by the prospect of future investment banking and underwriting fee revenue. Instead, Apsara and its contributors hold long and short positions in the stocks that we write about. Our research commentary is supported by our genuine opinions about the securities covered, rather than a motivation to derive future fee revenue from the subject companies. We hope that you find our approach to biotechnology sector research refreshing, original and accurate. Our research director is Yang Yu and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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