HHS nominee Sebelius underpaid taxes, too; Stimulus money spurs biomedical research work;

> HHS nominee Kathleen Sebelius (photo) became the second appointee for the agency to admit underpaying her taxes. Sebelilus fixed three years' worth of returns to fix "unintentional" problems, and paid almost $8,000 in back taxes and interest. FiercePharma

> After two earlier restructurings over the past year, TorreyPines announced that it will eliminate all remaining jobs at the company, with the exception of CEO Evelyn Graham, CFO Craig Johnson and Vice President and General Counsel Paul Schneider. FierceBiotech

> Ten billion dollars of stimulus money has begun coursing its way through the NIH to researchers. After years of bitter complaints about the federal government's reluctance to expand its R&D budget, the new billions are expected to swiftly add new projects and personnel in the research field. FierceBioResearcher

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