A new era in non-profit healthcare investment; Mass General cuts 200 staffers;

> Not-for-profit healthcare investment managers have entered a new era, calling for riskier investments than ever before. The question is, can your investment manager change with the times? FierceHealthFinance

> Massachusetts General Hospital plans to cut almost 200 jobs, attributing the cuts to rising costs. Executives say they hope to find jobs for the people they let go. Article

> UT Southwestern Medical Center has set plans to build a biotech park, BioCenter at Southwestern Medical District, designed to capitalize on medical discoveries. Article

> A new study by Cornell University researchers has found little evidence that statin drugs are helpful to women, though they did lower cardiovascular risks in men. FiercePharma

And Finally... Hey, even drug dealers have to cope with today's economy somehow. Article

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