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06 Jun 2019

NAVIGATING AGING: A DOCTOR SPEAKS OUT ABOUT AGEISM IN MEDICINE

NAVIGATING AGING: A DOCTOR SPEAKS OUT ABOUT AGEISM IN MEDICINE By Judith Graham Society gives short shrift to older age. This distinct phase of life doesn’t get the same attention that’s devoted to childhood. And the special characteristics of people in their 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond are poorly under Medicine

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05 Jun 2019

ANGIODYNAMICS’ NAMIC FLUID SALE TO MEDLINE CLOSES

  Editor’s Note: This June 3 article is an update to an article in the June/July issue of Vein Therapy News. AngioDynamics Inc. has closed the previously announced sale of its NAMIC fluid management portfolio to Medline Industries Inc. on May 31, 2019 for $167.5 million. AngioDynamics has used a portion

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05 Jun 2019

MAY 28: ANGIODYNAMICS CELEBRATES 15 YEARS ON NASDAQ BY RINGING CLOSING BELL

  When the NASDAQ Stock Market closing bell rang on May 28, it was AngioDynamics’s three most tenured employees who were doing the honors. The May 28 honor commemorated the company’s 15th anniversary on the exchange.   “NASDAQ has provided AngioDynamics with a robust platform to access the public equity

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05 Jun 2019

CVS still defending the Aetna merger deal 

CVS Health is making the case for its merger with Aetna to two very different audiences beginning June 3. CVS held its annual investor day and issued a long-term strategic plan to “accelerate growth” ahead of the day’s proceedings, aimed at nervous investors concerned about its recent financial performance post-merger. CVS warned that it

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24 May 2019

USE OF BUPRENORPHINE TO TREAT OPIOID ADDICTION PROLIFERATES IN CALIFORNIA

By Harriet Blair Rowan Buprenorphine, a relative newcomer in the treatment of opioid addiction, is growing in popularity among California doctors as regulatory changes, physician training and other initiatives make the medication more widely accessible. The rate of Medi-Cal enrollees who received buprenorphine nearly quadrupled from the end of 2014 to

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