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October 19, 2017: In the Know

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  1. Boston Scientific, Mayo Clinic file joint patent for self-centering TAVR cath
  2. Overcoming the stumbling blocks of digital health adoption
  3. Why Minnesota is poised to become a hotbed for digital health startups
  4. Upsher-Smith launches generic Aromasin
  5. Minnesota concussion researcher looks to enlist NFL players in hunt to understand brain injury
  6. Medibio bags $13.9M to progress mental health diagnosis technology
  7. Healthcare’s “Three Amigos” and digital health adoption
  8. St. Teresa Medical Presents Two Important Papers at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting
  9. MAA Members Bright Health and Burwood Group Named “Best Places to Work”
  10. This Genetics Company Is Editing Horns Off Milk Cows
  11. Medtronic inks telehealth deal with American Well
  12. New UMN Medical School Study Identifies “Game Changer” for Diagnosis of Tuberculosis Meningitis
  13. Q&A: How to Pinch Pennies Without Stifling Innovation

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