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A Woburn-based biotech developing new cancer treatments is planning to spend $20 million to renovate 63,000-square-feet of space in a vacant Framingham building. [Read More]
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Few people are likely to look at a medical bill and be pleased with how little they have to pay.In Worcester County, at least, patients... [Read More]
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Boston Scientific has announced its seventh acquisition of 2018, signing an agreement to take over California-based Claret Medical for up to $270 million. [Read More]
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The U.S. attorney for Massachusetts said anyone who uses or works at a supervised injection site would likely face federal charges... [Read More]
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The president of Framingham State University has signed on to a pledge from CEOs and president across the country to advance diversity and inclusion in... [Read More]
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Six years after a nationwide fungal meningitis case traced to New England Compounding Center, charges have been filed against a man who allegedly made false... [Read More]
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Littleton electrical equipment testing lab TUV Rheinland has been accepted into an international organization to test medical and electrical product safety. [Read More]
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Tree House Brewing Co. has only been operating in Charlton for about a year, but it is gearing up for another expansion after the town... [Read More]
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Two marijuana companies, which had previously signed agreements with Worcester for medical marijuana facilities, have signed recreational agreements with the city. [Read More]
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Marlborough medical device manufacturer ReWalk Robotic's research agreement with Harvard University's Wyss Institute has been extended one year to 2022. [Read More]
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A 14,000-square-foot elder care facility will open Monday in Webster as Fallon Health's newest such center. [Read More]
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Health care is expensive in Massachusetts, but when it comes to health and rehabilitation centers, staffing levels here are generally above national averages, statistics show. [Read More]
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A former Worcester state representative and Patrick administration official has been named the vice president of government and community relations for UMass Memorial Health Care. [Read More]
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The state has awarded a $500,000 for kitchen equipment at a planned food market in Worcester's Canal District. [Read More]
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Luxury homes in Worcester County are selling faster than other single family homes, according to real estate brokers. [Read More]
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