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Hopkins company raises $110 million to develop cancer test (access required)

A startup developing technology originating at Johns Hopkins that offers early detection of cancers launched Thursday with $110 million in Series A funding, a record Series A round for a Johns Hopkins company. Thrive Earlier Detection Corp. will develop CancerSeek, ...

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Hogan has skin lesions removed (access required)

A morning procedure in a doctor’s office had Gov. Larry Hogan looking a little different during an afternoon news conference. Hogan sported three small, flesh-colored bandages on his forehead during a redistricting reform news conference Thursday. The bandages were the result of ...

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Bluefield Innovations funds first project, a cancer target (access required)

A collaboration between Johns Hopkins University and Deerfield Management to fuel early stage therapeutics has found its first project, the collaboration announced Thursday. Bluefield Innovations, founded last year, said it will fund a project pursuing a broad cancer target, based ...

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Price tag for NIH, FDA cancer ‘moonshot’ at $1B in Obama budget (access required)

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will ask Congress for $755 million for cancer research in his upcoming budget, the White House said Monday, bringing the total price tag for Vice President Joe Biden’s cancer “moonshot” to $1 billion. Research into ...

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