Man who expected heart transplant was on wrong waiting list; Upstate Medical plans $225M cancer center;

> A man who was told the doctors found a heart to give him was then told that he couldn't have it and that he was on the wrong waiting list, KVUE News reports. Article

> Holy Infant Hospital in Hoven, S.D., will close at the end of the week, the Associated Press reports. Hoven City officials considered bringing a new management team in, but the consulting firm price was too high. Article

> Central Texas Medical Center named Sam Huenergardt its new president and CEO, the San Marcos Mercury reports. Article

> Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, N.Y., is planning a $225 million cancer center, the Associated Press reports. Article

> The Department of Justice is going after Blue Cross Blue Shield in Michigan. FierceHealthPayer

> A biotech executive who faked cancer to avoid trial. A researcher who lied about a major stem cell breakthrough. These transgressors are among those who've landed on FiercePharma's list of the most notorious people in biotech and pharma. View slideshow

And Finally... At least someone loves her. Article

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