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Fallon preparing to move Worcester elder care center

Fallon Health is looking to move its elder care program to a new medical building on Grove Street in Worcester, pending regulatory approvals.

Boston Scientific anticipates $25M hit after FDA pulls women's health products

Boston Scientific said Wednesday is forecasting a $25 million hit to its 2019 revenue after the U.S. Food & Drug Administration yanked two of its product lines from the market.

Framingham Heart Study lands $38M federal financing

The seven-decade-old Framingham Heart Study has been renewed for another six years with $38 million in new funding from the National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute.

Miach Orthopaedics adds two executives ahead of FDA submissions

Westborough biotech Miach Orthopaedics has added two senior executives with expertise in regulatory submissions and clinical trials as the company looks to bring its ACL repair technology to market.

Cummings School names Canadian veterinary school founder as dean

Zachary Comeau |

The Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in North Grafton has named the founding dean of the University of Calgary veterinary program as its new dean.

Worcester improvement district lands executive director, vendor

Grant Welker |

Heading into its first spring, a new entity planning improvements for downtown Worcester now has an executive director and a vendor to help carry out its goals.

Assumption president: plans go beyond reorganization, university name

Grant Welker |

An academic restructuring and proposed name change to a university are part of a broader effort to better appeal to students, the Assumption College president said.

Optim uses SBA award to land new customers

Optim is using its recent U.S. Small Business Administration award to grow its company and attract new customers.

Former Milford bottle manufacturing plant to become warehouse

Zachary Comeau |

The recent buyers of a vacant bottling plant in Milford have proposed a major renovation of the 322,000-square-foot facility.

ReWalk places first U.S. system covered by major insurer

ReWalk Robotics saw its stock skyrocket Tuesday as the company said it has sold its first personal exoskeleton device to a spinal cord injury patient via insurance firm Cigna Corp.

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