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Cellectar, a privately held radiopharmaceuticals company that designs and develops products to detect, treat and monitor human cancers, today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the Company's Investigational New Drug (IND) application for its 131I-CLR1404 drug candidate for testing in...

Compuware Corporation today announced that Partners HealthCare has selected Compuware Vantage, a component of Compuware's Business Service Delivery solution for end-to-end visibility into the clinician end-user experience with its electronic medical records (EMR) system. Partners HealthCare is one of the largest integrated healthcare systems in...

Boer says Milwaukee's stable image an advantage for law firm In the world of international law, it's almost "sexy" to be from Wisconsin. It's even a competitive advantage. That might sound laughable if it wasn't coming from Ralf-Reinhard Boer, chairman of Foley & Lardner LLP, the biggest...

Manufacturers and retailers lead the way in using up-to-the-minute point-of-sale data to avoid stock-outs and overproduction. In the perfume business, it's new products, like last year's U.S. launch of Kate, a fragrance Coty branded for supermodel Kate Moss, that can make or break a company's year....

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama announced Monday he has tapped Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius for Department of Health and Human Services secretary and Nancy Ann DeParle as Director of the White House Office for Health Reform. If Sebelius is confirmed by the Senate, she would help...

Health care information professionals say the success of the economic stimulus package's $19 billion investment in electronic health records rides on the development of technology standards. The 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act gives that job to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. NIST will...

Skin cells transformed without worrisome use of viruses Scientists have developed what appears to be a safer way to create a promising alternative to embryonic stem cells, boosting hopes that such cells could sidestep the moral and political quagmire that has hindered the development of a...

When the popular New York business blog Silicon Alley Insider quoted a quarter of Peggy Noonan’s Wall Street Journal column in mid-February, the editor added a caveat at the end: “We thank Dow Jones in advance for allowing us to bring it to you.” The editor...