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Elan Corp Plc has signed an agreement with Britain’s Cambridge University to create a research center focused on therapies for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, the Dublin-headquartered biotech group said on Sunday.
Here’s how French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi-Aventis SA, which has initiated a hostile takeover attempt for Genzyme Corp. of Cambridge, Mass., describes how the proposed $18.5 billion deal would benefit the two companies and their shareholders:
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How Sanofi sees benefits of Genzyme takeover
Cambridge Health Alliance in talks about potential affiliation with area health-care providers
Rumors that Cambridge Health Alliance is holding talks with area health-care providers about a potential affiliation are true, but the discussion is “preliminary and exploratory,” the hospital said this week. “We have to get a feel for what the market will look like and what will be going on in a year,” said Doug Bailey, a spokesman for the Health Alliance. “We haven’t determined what …
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Cambridge Memorial expansion OK may come in spring 2011, hospital supervisor says
Provincial supervisor Murray Martin is confident Cambridge Memorial Hospital is now in healthy financial shape and ready for the future.
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