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In addition to the Silicon Valley, California on the west coast of the USA is home to a biotechnology hub. 26% of all American biotechnology firms are located in this state, but they count for over ...


Connecticut, a state in the north-east corner of the US is a hub for biotechnology companies. There are over 100 high-quality companies with global markets based in Connecticut. In 2004, Connectic...


Maryland, the US state on the mid-Atlantic coast, is hub of biotechnology institutions and companies. In 2005/2006 is was the 2nd best area globally for initiatives aimed at drawing and retaining bi...


Located in the north-east corner of the USA, Massachusetts, has the third highest GDP of any state in America and is also a hotspot for the biotechnology industry. In addition to the globally renown...

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Appeals Court Blocks Missouri Law Limiting Health Insurance Navigators

A federal appeals court struck down parts of the state law that restricted the ways in which navigators can help consumers obtain insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Health law supporters hope ...

State Highlights: Calif. Insurance Commissioner Criticizes Anthem Rate Hike; La. State Workers File Suit Over Insurance Plan Changes

News outlets cover health care issues in California, Louisiana, Iowa, Illinois, Georgia, Massachusetts and Colorado.

Georgia State partners with Chinese pharmaceutical company to develop cancer-fighting compounds

(Georgia State University) Georgia State University has signed a license agreement with Cisen Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., a comprehensive pharmaceutical enterprise in China, to develop cancer-fighting co...

State Funds Child Abuse Helpline Housed At Georgia State

Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) March 04, 2015 State officials have awarded $82,500 to Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, part of the School of Public Health at Georgia State University, to support the stateâ...

Georgia State receives $2.7 million grant to improve blood transfusion outcomes

(Georgia State University) The Georgia Health Policy Center at Georgia State University has received a five-year, $2,669,903 award from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that will allo...

Pfizer grants Georgia State $850,000 to combat smoking in China

(Georgia State University) Pfizer Inc. has granted nearly $850,000 to Georgia State University's School of Public Health to partner with Chinese health officials to expand tobacco control efforts to m...

Georgia State receives contract to provide mental health first aid training for state's youth

(Georgia State University) Georgia State University's School of Public Health has received a five-year, $800,000 contract from the Georgia Department of Education to coordinate Youth Mental Health Fir...

State Highlights: Minn. Lawmakers Crack Down On Health Insurance Scammers; Georgia ‘Biosimilar’ Drug Bill Clears Senate Panel

A selection of health policy stories from Minnesota, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, Texas, Delaware, Iowa, Colorado, Kansas and California.

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Grappling With Small-Business Insurance.

Some physicians offering health insurance to their employees are feeling the impact of the Affordable Care Act. The TMA Insurance Trust can help physicians navigate their insurance purchases.

Emergency Department-Based Health Insurance Enrollment for Children: Does Linkage Lead to Insurance Retention and Utilization?

Although 40% of emergency departments (EDs) report having an insurance linkage program, no studies have evaluated the long-term success of these programs. This study aimed to examine insurance retenti...

Focus on institutional research at Georgia Tech: editorial.

Applied Optics is launching new focus issues to highlight optics research at institutes, including government labs, universities, and industries. The following highlights research taking place at the ...

The Health Effects of US Unemployment Insurance Policy: Does Income from Unemployment Benefits Prevent Cardiovascular Disease?

Previous studies suggest that unemployment predicts increased cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, but whether unemployment insurance programs mitigate this risk has not been assessed. Exploiting US sta...

High Incidence of the hepatitis C virus recombinant 2k/1b in Georgia: Recommendations for testing and treatment.

The first hepatitis C virus (HCV) recombinant, RF2k/1b, was initially described from Russia and has since then been identified from patients in Ireland, Estonia, Uzbekistan and Cyprus. Many of these p...

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