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Two local life science firms, both acquired by global health companies, will lay off a total of nearly 200 employees this month.June 29, 2016 1:52 p.m. $$ Share
National University, a private, nonprofit university, is joining with a Scripps Health-affiliated physicians group to make it easier for students studying health care administration and public health to land internships from among hundreds of local physician groups, the university announced.
NuVasive Inc., a San Diego-based medical device company, announced that it has settled its patent infringement dispute with Medtronic.
La Mesa-based Regen BioPharma Inc. has inked a deal with global pharmaceutical firm Eli Lilly and Co., Regen announced Thursday.
The union pushing a statewide ballot measure to cap the pay of hospital executives has withdrawn the initiative, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Aethlon Medical Inc., a company that makes a blood-filtering device to treat infectious disease and cancer, is selling up to $12.5 million of its common stock, the company announced Wednesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to review a lower court’s decision to invalidate one of Sequenom’s patents.
Health Center Partners of Southern California (HCP) will receive $2.6 million in federal grants to expand oral health care services, the organization announced Monday.
A jury ruled that Oceanside’s Tri-City Medical Center should pay Carlsbad’s Medical Acquisition Company Inc. (MAC) $19.7 million in a dispute over a medical office building that’s sat vacant since 2013.
Ardea Biosciences, a local biotech sold to Big Pharma for big bucks, will lay off up to 145 employees in San Diego and eventually close down.
Leading BioSciences Inc. has appointed Greg Doyle as its new chief executive officer.
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Medtronic has joined with Qualcomm Life Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc., to bring Qualcomm’s wireless technology to Medtronic’s diabetes devices — even though a competing technology may beat them to market.
Medtech giant Illumina Inc. dedicated a research and development building on its campus to its longtime CEO Jay Flatley.
Medical device firm Dexcom Inc. is joining the ranks of San Diego companies that are building manufacturing operations outside the state.
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A group of San Diego biotech veterans has taken over New Mexico’s Exagen Diagnostics Inc. and put it on a path to growth.