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RXi drug secures ‘orphan’ status from FDA

A drug being developed by RXi Pharmaceuticals of Marlborough to treat patients with malignant melanoma has secured “orphan” status from the federal government, allowing RXi to seek more...

Harvard Apparatus changes leadership

Rick Saia |

The CEO at biotech firm Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology (HART) of Holliston has resigned, replaced on an interim basis by CFO Thomas McNaughton, the company announced.

Worcester med device firm files for bankruptcy

Rick Saia |

A medical device manufacturer in Worcester that had been developing a non-invasive glucometer for diabetes patients has filed for bankruptcy.

Fast food not part of the plan for Framingham parcel

Emily Micucci |

Wendy's may view a property on the westbound side of Route 9 in Framingham as ideal for a new restaurant. But economic development leaders have a different vision for the site.

Survey: Over 25% of small businesses not on web

Sam Bonacci |

More than one in four small businesses don’t have websites, according to the results of a survey that also revealed that small firms have some catching up to do in reaching mobile users in the...

State helps bring behavioral health online

Emily Micucci |

The use of paper charts in the doctor's office is by now a quaint practice reserved mostly for small providers, as health care practices have migrated to more efficient electronic health records...

Framingham firm reports positive pre-clinical results

Framingham-based medical device maker Arch Therapeutics said a third-party, pre-clinical study had obtained favorable data for its surgical product, AC5 Surgical Hemostatic Device.

Boston Scientific finds new Chinese partner

Boston Scientific has aligned itself with a Chinese company that will help the Marlborough-based medical device manufacturer reach out to more doctors in that country who remove stones from...

Corero in deal to offer hybrid security approach

Internet security provider Corero Network Security of Hudson is partnering with a Virginia firm to improve customer defenses against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.

Convergent Dental announces distributor for laser product

Convergent Dental of Natick, a privately held dental equipment and technology company, has entered into a distribution partnership for its dental laser product, Solea.

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