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Specialty Skin Care Firm Sente Announces $5 Million in Financing

Sente, a specialty aesthetics firm in San Diego, announced that it has raised $5 million in financing.

Climate Collaborative Receives Grant for Protecting Region’s Coastline

The San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative has received a $689,500 federal grant to protect the coastline from El Nino storms and flooding.

San Diego-based Cue Partners With Johnson & Johnson for Portable HIV Viral Load Test

Johnson & Johnson has partnered with San Diego-based Cue to develop a cheap, portable and Internet-enabled HIV test.

Aethlon Medical Inc. Reports Q3 Results

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.

Aethlon Medical Reports Q3 Results

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.

Tech Company Aira.IO Raises $2.5 Million in Series A Financing

Health tech company Aira.IO announced Thursday that it has raised $2.5 million in a Series A round of financing.

Cancer Researcher Awarded Seven-Year, $7.9 Million Grant

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.

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Cognitive Helps Bring Medical Recordkeeping Into Compliance

TECH: Veteran Leaders Maneuver Way to Key Government Contracts

The single biggest reason why startups succeed is timing, experts say, and timing is something Doug Burke did right.

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HEALTH: Wellness Programs’ Effectiveness Can Be Difficult to Measure

If you can’t do squats in those pants, don’t wear them to work.

Becton, Dickinson to Grow Presence in Region

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.

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