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Miami Cancer Institute has 55 clinical trials ongoing

A year has passed since the Miami Cancer Institute opened at Baptist Health South Florida, and it is making progress with clinical trials, officially starting four weeks ago. Currently 55 trials are ongoing and the institute…

Medica Trade Fair, largest medical trade show, a bonanza for Florida

Medica Trade Fair, largest medical trade show, a bonanza for Florida

The Medica Trade Fair, the world’s largest medical trade show held in Germany, brought Florida more than $122 million in total projected export sales, Enterprise Florida reported this month. While…

Arab Health event in Dubai showcases eight Miami-Dade firms

Arab Health event in Dubai showcases eight Miami-Dade firms

Florida was the US state with the most companies showcased at the 2018 Arab Health event this week in United Arab Emirates in Dubai. Eight of the 19 firms inside…

Miami-Dade looks toward a Center for Genetics of the Americas

Miami-Dade looks toward a Center for Genetics of the Americas

Miami-Dade County might soon launch a study of how government could create a Center for Genetics of the Americas. The aim would be to develop a hub for the growth…

Miami Cancer Institute targets two more proton therapy units

Miami Cancer Institute targets two more proton therapy units

As the Miami Cancer Institute at Baptist Health South Florida prepares to commemorate its first anniversary this month, Dr. Michael Zinner, the institute’s founding chief executive officer and executive medical…

Miami Jewish Health System pushes vast expansion

Miami Jewish Health System pushes vast expansion

Miami Jewish Health Systems is moving ahead with its major expansion plans and has earned preliminary approval from city commissioners. Phase I is set to begin next year and include…

Clinical trial evaluating Zika DNA vaccine is late

Clinical trial evaluating Zika DNA vaccine is late

The Miami branch of an international clinical trial evaluating a Zika DNA vaccine is launching into part B late due to a change in leadership and Hurricane Irma. With similar…

Did Virginia Key become Irma’s dumping ground?

Did Virginia Key become Irma’s dumping ground?

Years ago, the barrier island known as Virginia Key was literally a dump, final resting place for everything from empty soup cans to broken chairs, tires to tree limbs. The…

Slight rise likely for employer-sponsored health insurance

Slight rise likely for employer-sponsored health insurance

Holders of employer-sponsored health insurance plans can expect slight premium increases, but there is much those consumers can do to control costs, observers say. “On average, I anticipate rate increases…

Multiple triggers for faster rise in healthcare costs

Multiple triggers for faster rise in healthcare costs

A number of factors contribute to a current faster rise in healthcare costs, observers say. “There are fluctuations in healthcare spending from year to year, but after a slower trajectory…

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