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Drug developer XenoPort Inc. said Monday it will stop studying the drug candidate arbaclofen placarbil as a potential treatment for severe heartburn symptoms after it failed to show superiority to a placebo in a mid-stage clinical trial.

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Health care facility operator Sun Healthcare Group Inc. said Monday that subsidiaries of Sabra Health Care REIT Inc. agreed to sell $225 million in senior notes in a private placement to institutional investors.

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Health insurer WellPoint Inc. said Friday after markets closed that Executive Vice President Dijuana K. Lewis was fired without cause.

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Health insurer WellPoint Inc. said Friday after markets closed that Executive Vice President Dijuana K. Lewis was fired without cause.

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Alkermes Inc. said Monday that its potential treatment for cocaine addiction met early-stage safety goals.

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This fall’s open enrollment period is an important opportunity for every employee to get a true view on how their benefits plans may be changing as a result of health care reform. It is also a critical time for employees to ensure that they have the coverage they need at a price they can afford.

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Health Notes: Pay attention during open enrollment for health benefits

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Scripps Health, one of the nation’s largest private, nonprofit health-care organizations, will cut as much as $12 million in clinical lab spending as part of a strategy to off-set what it calls “the significant and unexpectedly swift financial challenges posed by [the federal government's] health-care reform.”

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Scripps Health, one of the nation’s largest private, nonprofit health-care organizations, will cut as much as $12 million in clinical lab spending as part of a strategy to off-set what it calls “the significant and unexpectedly swift financial challenges posed by [the federal government's] health-care reform.”

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