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Here's what's drawing Baxter to Boston
A strong startup culture has fed the growth of the industry in the Boston area, where Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology students graduate into jobs at a cluster of nearby biopharma businesses that are expanding their footprints.
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MSU grad union members protest health care hikes
Aetna, Inc., the university's health care provider no longer offers the plan laid out in the Graduate Employees Union's collective bargaining agreement.
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Brainy, Yes, But Far From Handy
Consider Dr. Nikolas Blevins, a head and neck surgeon at Stanford Health Care who routinely performs ear operations requiring that he shave away bone deftly enough to leave an inner surface as thin as the membrane in an eggshell.
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Programs Aim to Standardize Surgical Care for Children
Stanford Children's Health at Stanford University just launched the first in a series of interactive animations that use videogame technology to walk parents through surgical procedures and even allow them to simulate performing some surgical steps ...
Wearable tech may promise better health care, but will it feel like a cold ...
The discussion during Wearable Wednesday at Moffett Federal Airfield was hosted by Wearable World Inc., a San Francisco tech company, and Singularity University, a benefit corporation dedicated to the education and development of exponential ...
Novant Health Inc. hospital in Salisbury will serve as training facility
SALISBURY, N.C. - A Novant Health Inc. hospital in Salisbury will serve as a training facility for osteopathic medical students at Campbell University, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. Campbell's partnership with Rowan Medical Center, announced ...
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Canadian ports win as container ships avoid US on labor concern
The union and the maritime association are negotiating over work rules, salaries and health-care benefits. Wade Gates, a spokesman for the Pacific Maritime Association, which represents shipping companies and port operators, declined to give details of ...
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Centenary College alumna joins Penn Vet's New Bolton Center
Prior to joining New Bolton Center, Dr. Nunnery served as President and Ophthalmologist of Equine Veterinary Vision, Inc., an ambulatory large animal ophthalmology practice in Maryland and Virginia.
Previous honorees continue to achieve
Ed Pershing, the 2012 Health Care Hero: Lifetime Achievement, has been named an Outstanding Alumnus by the University of Tennessee Department of Accounting and Information Management. Pershing Yoakley & Associates, the firm he co-founded, ...
Poor response to Ebola causing needless deaths: World Bank head
"Many are dying needlessly," read the editorial, co-written by Harvard University professor Paul Farmer, with whom Kim founded Partners In Health, a charity that works for better healthcare in poorer countries. In a vivid sign of the danger posed by ...
Student evades monitors, spreads Ebola to Senegal  San Angelo Standard Times
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