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Boston startup nabs U.S. approval for app to help treat opioid addicts

The FDA's clearance of the reSET-O app by Pear Therapeutics marks the first time the federal agency has approved a drug-paired digital device to treat a disease. Source link

How Duke University plans to develop synergies with India

Duke University is continuing efforts to strengthen its presence in India – hoping to both lure top talent and ideas back to Durham, and send its best ideas to a country with substantial health care…

ACA health insurance enrollment deadline looms and sign-ups are down

The open enrollment period for 2019 closes on December 15 but not as many people are signing up. Health insurance enrollment into the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges has fallen nationwide when compared to last year.…

Biotech investor headed to prison after pleading guilty to fraud

A San Francisco judge sentenced former biotech venture capitalist G. Steven Burrill to 30 months in prison this week. The sentencing, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, follows Burrill's 2017 guilty plea to charges…

A little care can take a big bite out of oral health issues, dentists say

Buffalo-area dentists say the more frequently recurring issue they encounter is a lack of consistent home care by patients. Source link

OHSU heart transplant review set to begin

About three months after Oregon Health & Science University suspended its Heart Transplant Program indefinitely, an outside peer review is scheduled to begin on Monday. The peer review and assessment of the transplant program and…

Philip Morris parent invests $2.4 billion in Cronos cannabis

One of the world’s biggest tobacco companies is bullish on bud. Altria, parent company of New York-based Philip Morris (NYSE: PM) and maker of Marlboro cigarettes, invested $2.4 billion into a Toronto medical and recreational…