Mina Izadjoo, president of Integrated Pharma Services in Frederick, made valuable connections in Tokyo that could potentially lead to expanding her business internationally.

Through the help of translators, she was able to introduce her company and the services it can provide to a global marketplace, thanks to being one of seven bio-tech companies from Maryland to be represented at the Medical Japan Expo in Tokyo.

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