ALSO NOTED: FDA investigates Roche, Novartis transplant drugs; Maryland hospital fined for radiation errors; and much more...

> The FDA has started to investigate whether Roche's CellCept and Novartis' Myfortic, similar drugs used in transplants to prevent organ rejection, cause an often-fatal neurological disease. FiercePharma

> A Maryland hospital has been fined by the state after two separate incidents in which cancer patients got the wrong doses of radiation. Article

> A Wisconsin village is asking a local hospital to pay more than $1.6 million in sewer connection fees, continuing to fight a legal battle that has raged for years. Article

> With mumps becoming an issue despite existing vaccinations, some physicians are calling for the industry to create a new vaccine--and calling for people to get a third dose of the current vaccine in the meantime. FierceBioresearcher

And Finally... Yes, you're reading this right; it breathes, but it has no lungs. Article

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