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San Diego-based Aethlon Medical Inc., a company developing targeted therapeutic devices to address infectious diseases and cancer, announced that its majority-owned subsidiary Exosome Sciences Inc. has entered into a research collaboration with Thomas Jefferson University.April 3, 2015 1:04 p.m. Share
San Diego’s Reva Medical Inc. will receive $11.4 million from a sale of its stock to Goldman Sachs International.
MEDICINE: Maysent Brings Lessons Learned in Water to Her New Role
It’s no secret that being a top executive of a billion-dollar organization requires long hours, lots of stamina, and a competitive streak.
Cos. Find Savings As Employer Mandate Drives Growth in Health Care Co-Ops
A new government mandate is pushing employers to join cost-sharing co-ops to help pay for health insurance benefits.
San Diego’s life science sector has been busy striking deals, beefing up executive staff, and raising money.
BIOTECH: J&J Puts Money, Subsidiary Behind ViaCyte’s Diabetes Efforts
Johnson & Johnson is joining forces with San Diego-based ViaCyte Inc. to speed development of a potential type 1 diabetes cure using a therapy derived from stem cells.
Illumina Inc. is recruiting a Google executive to lead its new cancer detection spinoff, Grail.
San Diego’s Amplyx Pharmaceuticals is beefing up its executive team and tacking on an additional $8.7 million to its recent Series B round, upping the total for that round to $49.2 million.
Oceanside’s Tri-City Medical Center is partnering with health-tech firm Aidin to ensure that patients stay healthy after going home.
Sente, a specialty aesthetics firm in San Diego, announced that it has raised $5 million in financing.
Johnson & Johnson has partnered with San Diego-based Cue to develop a cheap, portable and Internet-enabled HIV test.
Aethlon Medical Inc., a company that makes a blood-filtering device to treat infectious disease and cancer, reported financial results for its fiscal 2016 third quarter.
Health tech company Aira.IO announced Thursday that it has raised $2.5 million in a Series A round of financing.
A cancer researcher at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) has received a seven-year, $7.9 million grant to advance his cancer research.
HEALTH: Wellness Programs’ Effectiveness Can Be Difficult to Measure
If you can’t do squats in those pants, don’t wear them to work.
After gobbling up San Diego’s CareFusion in a $12.2 billion deal last year, global medical equipment supplier Becton, Dickinson and Co. has decided to maintain (even grow) its presence in San Diego.