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USC Keck, Institute of Sports Physical Therapy to Operate Kings’ Facility

Keck Medicine of USC and Dr. John Meyer’s Institute of Sports Physical Therapy will operate at the Los Angeles Kings’ new orthopedic clinic and rehab facility in El Segundo when it is finished next year.

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Awarded $1.5 Million Research Grant

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has been awarded a $1.5 million federal research grant to study what triggers inflammatory bowel disease in more than 1.5 million adults and children, officials said Monday.

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Digital Medicine Goes Concierge at Westfield Century City

It’s billed as “Apple store meets doctor’s office,” its chief executive hails from Google and its newest office opened last week in Westfield’s Century City mall instead of a medical building.

$1B Vision in Boyle Heights

Keck’s $1 billion vision in Boyle Heights.

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L.A. Overtakes San Diego in Life Sciences Jobs

Employment in the Los Angeles life sciences sector has surpassed that of San Diego, vaulting the region to No. 2 in the Golden State, according to an industry report.

Leading L.A. Biotech Companies Post Q3 Losses

Two leading L.A. biotech companies reported third-quarter losses Thursday, while announcing increased sales of cancer treatments.

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Seismic Retrofit Issues Force Long Beach Hospital to Close ER

Community Medical Center Long Beach announced this week it would shutter its ER and acute care services within 18 months because the nearly century-old hospital can’t meet state earthquake safety standards.

County's Largest Ambulatory Care Clinic Unveiled

The LAC+USC Medical Center in Boyle Heights on Oct. 27 unveiled a $4.6 million renovation of a half-century-old ambulatory care clinic, the largest in Los Angeles County.

Children’s Hospital to Lead Immunotherapy Study

Researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles will lead a $4.8 million study to engineer T-cells to battle toxic viruses in children.

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Molina Healthcare Posts $97M Third-Quarter Loss

Months after the troubled Fortune 500 insurance company announced a wholesale makeover, Molina Healthcare Inc. reported a $97 million third-quarter loss.

Puma Biotech Gets $100M Loan to Boost Breast Cancer Drug

Puma Biotechnology has received up to $100 million in term loan funding to support the research and sale of a breast cancer drug approved this summer.

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L.A.’s Oldest Hospital to Close

Beset by costs, Pacific Alliance Medical Center in Chinatown ends 157-year run.

Pacific Alliance Medical Center, the oldest hospital in Los Angeles, with roots predating the Civil War, will close in December, laying off 640 workers.

Intrepid Brokers $1B Sale of Ambry Genetics to Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta’s $1 billion purchase of Ambry Genetics, which closed today, was shepherded by West L.A.’s Intrepid Investment Bankers, company officials announced.

Army Awards $10M to Neural Analytics for Brain Injury Detector

Neural Analytics Inc., a medical device maker based in Rancho Park, has been awarded a $10 million contract by the U.S. Army to help develop a portable kit to assess combat-related traumatic brain injuries.

NIH awards Children’s Hospital L.A. $1.7M to Study Preemies

The National Institutes of Health has awarded Children’s Hospital Los Angeles $1.7 million to research the brains of premature babies.

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