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Clene (NASDAQ: CLNN), a late clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on improving mitochondrial health and protecting neuronal function to treat neurodegenerative diseases, including … more
HUB Cyber Security (NASDAQ: HUBC), a developer of confidential computing cybersecurity solutions and advanced data services, needs additional time to complete the audit of its annual 2023 financial … more
A new report has found that bottlenecks in copper mining have the potential to slow down America’s transition to renewables. Copper is one of the several “green minerals” that will play a … more
PaxMedica (NASDAQ: PXMD), a biopharmaceutical firm dedicated to advancing treatments for neurological disorders, recently announced that it has received an urgent plea from the Ministry of Health … more
The U.S. Senate joined the House recently in attempting to repeal the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (Sec0 cryptocurrency policy, Staff Accounting Bulletin No. 121 (SAB 121). The senate … more
D-Wave Quantum Inc. (NYSE: QBTS) is scheduled to release its Q2 2023 earnings results on August 10, 2024. According to the company’s projections, the expected revenue is likely to be in the … more
 Our findings highlight the importance of giving women accurate information about epidurals and ensuring that all women have equal access to them. Continue reading → more
Federal regulations prevent the donations, including of ligaments, and blood vessels. Advocates say this needs to change. more
For over two years, negotiators from around the world have been trying to reach an agreement on a pandemic treaty. The deadline is approaching, and there remain many sticking points. more
Medetomidine a chemical long used by veterinarians, is now turning up in the street drug supply and triggering a new wave of overdoses. more
Federal regulations prevent gay and bisexual men from donating tissue, such as corneas, ligaments, and blood vessels. Similar restrictions have been relaxed or lifted for donated blood and organs in … more
By Rachel Crumpler Danny Hampton started working as a prison chaplain at Marion Correctional Institution in McDowell County in 2010. In the role, he helped advise and guide incarcerated men as … more
GLP-1 agonists are transforming the weight loss market. Experts weighed in on the changes they’re seeing, speaking in a panel discussion during the MedCity News INVEST Conference in Chicago. The … more
Abortion Rights has been a motivating political issue for generations, and this year might be the most intense for those on both sides of the issue. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports on the … more
Routine screening by echocardiography to reduce morbidity and mortality from congenital heart disease in neonates with Down syndrome This is a protocol for a Cochrane Review (intervention). The … more
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Anne Banfield, a doctor now working in what has been characterized as an "abortion desert" nearly two years after the fall of Roe v. Wade. more
As the healthcare industry slowly moves toward value-based care, healthcare companies are thinking about taking on risk. During a panel at MedCity News’ INVEST conference, healthcare leaders shared … more
The sale of recreational cannabis is on track to commence around mid-June in Ohio following the recent approval of new licensing regulations for dispensaries. Since December 2023, when a … more
Hims & Hers is now providing access to compounded GLP-1s. Patients also receive unlimited medical consultations with a licensed provider. The post Hims & Hers Offers Access to GLP-1s Starting At … more
Software Effective Solutions’ (OTC: SFWJ) majority-owned subsidiary, Eko2o Environmental Solutions S.A.S., is expanding operations into Costa Rica and the broader Central American market. “As the … more
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