St. Louis hospital performs weight-loss surgeries for teens; State-level GOP wins may foil health reform;

> The California HealthCare Foundation has announced a $10 million investment fund earmarked for non-profit organizations and companies whose aim is to improve healthcare delivery for underserved populations, reports the San Francisco Times. Article

> Barnes-Jewish Hospital is the first hospital in the St. Louis area to perform bariatric surgery for obese teens, reports the St. Louis Business Journal. Article

> The election of Republican governors in the recent mid-term elections may have more affect on the rollout of healthcare reform than the turnover of the House of Representatives, according to the Los Angeles Times. Article

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