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This 40 Under Forty is the only surgeon of her kind in the state

This 40 Under Forty is the only surgeon of her kind in the state

Katrina Mitchell is also one of only a handful of such surgeons in the world whose practice involves such a strong component of breastfeeding medicine. Source link

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North Bay company looks for 2nd rare-disease drug approval, voucher in 5 months

North Bay company looks for 2nd rare-disease drug approval, voucher in 5 months

Winning FDA approval of a rare disease drug for children would net the company a voucher, which it could use to accelerate FDA review of another drug or sell to the highest bidder for millions of dollars. Source link

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OHSU's top NIH recipients seek cures for HIV, cancer, Alzheimer's, hearing loss and more

OHSU's top NIH recipients seek cures for HIV, cancer, Alzheimer's, hearing loss and more

Here’s a countdown of the top 15 NIH grant awardees. Source link

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Employees jump at genetic testing. Is that a good thing?

Employees jump at genetic testing. Is that a good thing?

The use of screenings as an employee benefit is becoming more commonplace just as federal health agencies, researchers and physicians are wrangling over whether the tests, originally developed to establish patients’ inherited risks of developing certain diseases, are ready for widespread adoption. Source link

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Editor's Pick: Bioscience continues quick growth

Editor's Pick: Bioscience continues quick growth

While the industry doesn’t attract as much attention as it once did, biosciences still are growing at a fast pace. Source link

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Health-insurance brokers allowed to charge client fees under new law

Health-insurance brokers allowed to charge client fees under new law

Colorado health-insurance brokers who face increasingly diminished commissions from insurers will be able to charge customers fees on new or renewal policies under a bill signed into law Thursday by Gov. John Hickenlooper. Senate Bill 136, sponsored by Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, allows for brokers to charge […]

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Twin Cities radiology group joins consortium rather than sell to private equity

Twin Cities radiology group joins consortium rather than sell to private equity

A Twin Cities radiology group has joined a national consortium of independent practices after deciding not to sell itself to private equity investors. Minneapolis Radiology Associates, which employs 26 physicians and runs six clinics, announced it will become part of Palmetto, Fla.-based Strategic Radiology Corp. last week.  […]

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Drug-treatment center in Pewaukee wins local approval

Drug-treatment center in Pewaukee wins local approval

A significant new competitor in the metro Milwaukee drug-addiction treatment market crossed a major hurdle in its plans for a 120-bed facility in Pewaukee. Source link

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Boasting Buffalo: Making change in senior care

Boasting Buffalo: Making change in senior care

Since joining Niagara Hospice as president and CEO in 1999, John Lomeo has expanded the $4 million organization from a staff of 30 serving maybe four dozen Niagara County patients to a group of affiliated nonprofits with 400 employees that serve 3,000-4,000 patients across Western New York. […]

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Coyotes give $250,000 to Phoenix Children's Hospital

Coyotes give $250,000 to Phoenix Children's Hospital

The Arizona Coyotes hockey team has donated $250,000 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The donation is for PCH’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. “On behalf of the Arizona Coyotes Foundation, we are thrilled to donate $250,000 to the Phoenix Children’s Hospital,” said Coyotes’ owner, Chairman and Gov. […]

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