ALSO NOTED: Detroit medical center cuts doctor pay for indigent care; U of Iowa plans $700M+ expansion campaign; and much more.

> The Detroit Medical Center has made plans to cut payments to Wayne State University School of Medicine by $12 million a year, contending that WSU pays too much to doctors who treat indigent patients. Article

> The University of Iowa Hospitals are planning a 10-year expansion, including the construction of a new children's hospital, which would cost $700 million to $850 million. Article

> An FDA advisory panel has approved a new shot form of psychiatric drug Zyprexa, saying that the drowsiness it causes is a reasonable trade-off for schizophrenic patients who can't stick to a med regimen on their own. FiercePharma

> French authorities are investigating whether GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi Pasteur fully disclosed potential side effects of its vaccines in its 1990s anti-hepatitis B vaccination campaign. FierceVaccines

And Finally... Workers at a Minnesota meat plant have been stricken with a strange neurological illness--and no one knows why. Article

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