Dana Bartholomew

Reporter (Health Care)

Email: dbartholomew@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 263

Recent Stories

Transplant Nonprofit OneLegacy Sees Growth

HEALTH CARE: Firm’s organ donations, revenue set record

Organ donation facilitator OneLegacy has record 2018.

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KECK ACQUIRES CARDIOLOGY GROUP

Keck School of Medicine of USC announced Feb. 12 it will acquire Los Angeles Cardiology Associates

Emmaus Plans Reverse Merger, Nasdaq Listing

Biotech firm’s deal will be less dilutive for shareholders; to close in second quarter

Emmaus to go public with reverse merger.

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Long Beach-Based Molina Healthcare to Lay Off Nearly 170 Workers

Molina Healthcare Inc., a Long Beach-based managed-care services provider, will lay off nearly 170 workers this spring following a year-long financial turnaround, according to a state employment report released this week.

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UCLA Sells Epigenetics Tech to Boost Crops for Farmers

UCLA has licensed epigenetics technology to a Massachusetts-based plant breeding firm to improve the performance of commercial crops.

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USC Names Caryn Lerman to Direct its Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center

The USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center has named Caryn Lerman, a nationally renowned cancer prevention researcher, as its new director.

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Keck Medicine of USC to Acquire Los Angeles Cardiology Associates

Keck Medicine of USC announced Feb. 12 it will acquire Los Angeles Cardiology Associates, a cardiovascular care group with eight locations across Greater Los Angeles, for an undisclosed sum.

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Didi Hirsch Mental Health Opens $19M Suicide Prevention Center in Century City

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services, a social service agency based in Culver City, on Feb. 8 unveiled a $19 million Suicide Prevention Center.

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Gardena-Based 3DEO Raises $14M to Advance Metal 3D Printing

3DEO Inc., a metal 3D printing company based in Gardena that manufactures parts for medical and other industries, raised $14 million in funding from investors, according to a Feb. 8 securities filing.

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Split Verdict in Puma Biotech Case

HEALTH CARE: Federal jury awards investors damages in rare securities class-action trial

Both sides claim victory in lawsuit against Puma Biotechnology.

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