WORCESTER — While most people dream of doing great things, others let reality intervene to create those dreams.
William T. Sharp, CEO of DxNow, Inc., definitely belongs in the “others” category.
His company, at 1 Innovation Drive in the North Main business incubator corridor, mirrors its founder’s entrepreneurial spirit of cooperation and collaboration. In this business, geography does not exist, biotechnology boundaries are invisible, and life sciences is the bold new frontier.
Yet the work of DxNow, which may seem to be more akin to an Arthur C. Clarke science fiction novel, is very real and beneficial to thousands of home-based dialysis patients now, and maybe millions of people and animals in other medical areas in the not-too-distant future.
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