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AdventHealth plans to expand its air ambulance capabilities in Orlando. Here'...
AdventHealth?s Emergency Medical Services last year transported roughly 45,000 people, 1,000 of which were onboard the Flight 1 program.
Coeptis Therapeutics to merge in SPAC deal
The combined company will join the NASDAQ.
Penn Medicine, CHOP to lead $6M initiative to promote health equity and 'envi...
Thirteen community and faith-based organizations in Black and brown neighborhoods will be part of the "Deeply Rooted" initiative.
Wichita startup among finalists in latest NXTUS contest
Two Kansas companies and one from Kansas City, Mo., are among the 12 finalists selected from 119 applicants.
Vallon Pharmaceuticals plans $3.9M stock sale to support exploration of strat...
The company continues to explore its options following disappointing study results for its former lead drug candidate.
Gaithersburg's Emergent BioSolutions to acquire smallpox drug from Chimerix
The federal government is the local company's biggest customer.
Humana's CenterWell launches $1.2B joint investment to open 100 clinics
This is another step toward establishing Humana's CenterWell brand and will see the addition of 100 new clinics.
Massachusetts vies to host federal biomedical agency HQ
A bid led by top government, business, higher education and life sciences officials to bring a federal biomedical research agency to Massachusetts is launching Monday with a meeting at the UMass Club in Boston. Gov. Charlie Baker, Congressman Richard Neal, University of Massachusetts President Marty Meehan and Massachusetts Biotechnology Council CEO Joe Boncore are leading the effort to bring the new Advanced Research Projects Agency, created by the Biden administration and funded with $1 billion?
Ex-Lawrence Medical Center doctor accused of illegally prescribing drugs
Este informe aparecío por primera vez en El Planeta y está disponible en español, traducido por El Planeta Media. A family doctor in Lawrence, who was once the medical director of Lawrence Medical Center, was accused of illegally prescribing drugs to patients and defrauding MassHealth, the attorney general's office announced Friday. Dr. Ramón Suárez-Martínez, 69, of Methuen, was indicted Wednesday on charges that he illegally prescribed controlled substances to six patients and made false?
Experienced Triangle money manager not scared to bet millions on cannabis ind...
Longtime investor John Pinto is playing the long game when it comes to cannabis. And money isn't a problem.

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