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In a conference room in downtown Baltimore, F. Blix Winston compared the Food and Drug Administration to a "slow-moving bulldog." "You don't want to get bitten," Winston, an expert on the federal regulation of medical devices, told a crowd of about 50...
Bay Theatre's season-opening production of Margaret Edson's "Wit" may be the most compelling theater experience in the company's 10-year history. By all critical standards, this show is a winner, starting with artistic director Janet Luby's selection...
Colin Burns-Heffner, of Woodbine, has been elected Vice President of the Clemson University chapter of Engineering World Health, a nonprofit that mobilizes the biomedical engineering community to improve the quality of health care in hospitals and clinics...
The state's biotech tax credits drew more than 180 applications within three minutes of the window opening for the $8 million available this fiscal year, the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development said Thursday. The credits go to...
Staff and faculty at Scotchtown Hills Elementary are rallying around fifth-grader Marisol Ramirez, honoring her for showing bravery during repeated surgeries, blood transfusions and chemotherapy after being born 10 years ago with a blocked small intestine...
Tags: Blood, Georgetown, Human Body, Lymphoma, Pharmaceuticals
Our lawmakers in Annapolis have an opportunity to eliminate a significant disparity in access to chemotherapy for the thousands of Marylanders treated for cancer each year. The access issue is one of cost and the difference in how much insurance companies...
The Baltimore SunLongtime WBAL talk-show host Ron Smith announced Monday on-air that he has pancreatic cancer. The 69-year-old Smith, who has been at the radio station since 1984, said he plans to stay on at WBAL as he seeks treatment. Smith told listeners Monday at the...
The announcement summoning the Archbishop Spalding football team to the school chapel early on a February morning last winter baffled the Cavaliers. What could be so important in the off-season? Wide receiver Richard Gablemen and some of his teammates...
The Washington PostThere's a problem with little Tyler tonight, and Mommy is just about beside herself. Tyler just turned 4. He has leukemia — but this has nothing to do with that. Tyler is extroverted and lovey-dovey, a world-class hugger, a chatterbox. And until...
Ron Smith went on WBAL radio Thursday, just as he has for the past 27 years. But the conservative talk-show host, who was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, opened his show telling listeners — with characteristic bluntness — that he...
The Maryland Biotechnology Center said Wednesday that nine companies will receive a total of $1.8 million in grants to help bring their products to market and create new jobs. Each company will receive roughly $200,000 for research and product...
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