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FDA approves new Boston Scientific pelvic stent

Boston Scientific has received U.S. regulatory approval for a new stent to treat blood clots in the pelvic region.

Harvard Bioscience reduces 2019 guidance due to global trade issues

Holliston lab equipment manufacturer Harvard Bioscience is expecting a weaker 2019 after a slow start to the year, which saw weaker demand from customers in Europe.

Two pharmacists convicted in final New England Compounding trial

Grant Welker |

Two more pharmacists who worked at the New England Compounding Center in Framingham have been convicted for their role in a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012.

Manufacturing facility sold for $5.4M in leaseback deal

A 42,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Marlborough has been sold to a Lexington real estate firm for almost $5.4 million.

55-plus housing proposed for former Milford school

A developer is proposing to renovate a vacant middle school in Milford and build 38 units of 55-plus housing on Main Street.

Fallon adds Reliant providers to senior health plan

Fallon Health said Friday it will include Reliant Medical Group care providers in its network for its Fallon Senior Plan Medicare Advantage plan members starting Jan. 1.

Acacia Communications grows Q1 revenue 44%

Acacia Communications said its first quarter revenue grew by 44% from last year's first quarter and made $7 million in profit after reporting a $9 million loss last year.

Insulet Q1 revenue up 29% after $200M Acton move

Fresh off its move to Central Massachusetts, Acton insulin pump manufacturer Insulet Corp. said Thursday its first quarter revenue rose 29%.

Marlborough Technology Center losing Curadel, renewing Bloomy Controls

A Marlborough company making imaging technology for medical procedures has outgrown its space at the Marlborough Technology Center, but another tenant is renewing.

Sales begin for 700-unit Westborough project

Grant Welker |

Sales have begun for a redevelopment of the former Westborough State Hospital into a community with 700 housing units, with the first slated to open in December.

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