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Newport Beach-based Blueprint Bio Inc. has received $7.5 million in Series A funding.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris has conditionally consented to Irvine-based St. Joseph Health’s proposed affiliation with Providence Health and Services.
Fountain Valley-based MemorialCare Health System said today it would work with Boeing Co. to create a customized health plan for the aerospace company’s employees and dependents in Orange County, Long Beach and the South Bay area of Los Angeles County.
AAC Holdings Inc. said today it opened Laguna Treatment Hospital in Aliso Viejo.
Aliso Viejo-based Sequent Medical Inc. has been acquired for $280 million by Japan’s Terumo Corp.
Compound Could Treat Chemo-Induced Pain
Douglas Ingram’s drug development work encompasses more than just Alzheimer’s disease, which his Irvine-based Chase Pharmaceutical Corp. focuses on.
HEALTHCARE: Keys on talent pool fostered by former employer
Drug development startup Chase Pharmaceuticals Corp. is now being led from Irvine with a familiar face at the helm—Chief Executive Douglas Ingram, a former president of Allergan Inc.
Drug Will Treat Crow’s Feet in Those Up to 65
A product developed by Allergan PLC’s medical aesthetics hub in Irvine has a new use in the fast-growing Japanese market.
San Clemente-based CareTrust REIT Inc. said today it bought four senior housing properties in Michigan.
Robert Grant is no longer the chief executive of Irvine-based Alphaeon Corp., a lifestyle healthcare company he founded three years ago.
HEALTHCARE: Combo to make both more competitive
It’s not yet clear how Abbott Laboratories’ pending $25 billion buy of St. Jude Medical Inc. will impact the latter’s Orange County operations.
Dallas-based Cerebain Biotech Corp. has moved its corporate headquarters from Dallas to Costa Mesa.
CandyBAR Delivers Images to Mobile Devices
Irvine-based Candy Lab, which has developed an augmented reality product intended to help businesses attract consumers, is one of eight companies selected by the Plug and Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale to pitch to venture capitalists, angel investors, and government officials in China.
Will Be Interviewed By Another Company Veteran
David Pyott, retired chief executive and chairman of Allergan Inc., now Allergan PLC, will be the headliner next month at the annual Ophthalmology Technology Summit put on by OCTANe, an Aliso Viejo-based booster group for life sciences and other forms of technology.