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[MedCity News, March 28, 2012]   The fear of sports injury is the ever-present, though less-focused-on, reality that plagues tournaments like March Madness , especially players who play the most games — the Final Four. But now, new treatments and new rehab tools are being developed to manage injuries like patellar tendonitis or perform anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
March 29, 2012
[MedCity News, July 01, 2011]   In 2003, Todd Stitt was able to deal with his depression. The 37-year-old computer programmer from Minneapolis worked as a contractor.
July 12, 2011
[MedCity News, December 03, 2010]   If Allina Hospitals & Clinics ever found itself at the center of multiple state investigations, lawsuits and economic free fall, the hospital chain will know where to seek advice. Allina this week named Allianz North America CEO Gary Bhojwani to its board of directors, adding a crisis-tested executive to its ranks.
December 03, 2010
[MedCity News, March 31, 2010]   Medtronic Inc. has received Food and Drug Administration approval for the company’s second generation diabetes management system that allows patients to better monitor blood sugar levels and adjust insulin therapies.
March 31, 2010
[MedCity News, March 15, 2010]   For years, the medical community has debated the merits of traditional surgery versus relatively new carotid stent therapy. American studies have favored the stent while European trials offered less favorable judgments on the technology.
March 15, 2010