Prospective marijuana purveyors urge Mass. to ensure applicants have sufficient cash
Several groups vying to open dispensaries that sell marijuana for medical use are urging Massachusetts regulators to require prospective purveyors to provide substantial proof, including sworn affidavits, that they have raised the mandated $500,000 application fee.
One investigation found many executives are still paid bonuses based on how many patients their hospitals get through the doors.
If you head into your local Starbucks next Tuesday, youll see calorie counts listed on the menu boards. Hearing this got us wondering, would you really want to know?
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Doctors say it wont be long until face transplants and other radical operations to improve appearance and quality of life are offered to kids, too.
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A divisive ballot initiative that would allow terminally ill patients to end their lives with medication prescribed by physicians was narrowly defeated. The Death with Dignity Campaign conceded.
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Diagnostics companies say they plan to offer cancer test in wake of Supreme Court decision
After the Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that genes cannot be patented, invalidating portions of patents that Myriad Genetics held on genetic mutations that increase risk for breast and ovarian cancer, several companies said that they plan to offer genetic tests to compete with Myriad's.
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