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A woman who said she was severely injured by surgically implanted vaginal mesh was awarded $13.5 million by a Court of Common pleas jury on Wednesday, the second large verdict against medical device manufacturer Ethicon, Inc. in Philadelphia. Sharon Carli
TransCelerate BioPharma Inc., a King of Prussia-based nonprofit organization that aims to find quicker and more efficient ways of producing new medicines, said Wednesday it was launching a subsidiary, BioCelerate, to improve efficiencies in preclinical research.
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A woman who said she was severely injured by surgically implanted vaginal mesh was awarded $13.5 million by a Court of Common pleas jury on Wednesday, the second large verdict against medical device manufacturer Ethicon, Inc. in Philadelphia. Sharon Carli
TransCelerate BioPharma Inc., a King of Prussia-based nonprofit organization that aims to find quicker and more efficient ways of producing new medicines, said Wednesday it was launching a subsidiary, BioCelerate, to improve efficiencies in preclinical research.
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