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Orphan drug overcomes woman’s kidney match problem

Orphan drug overcomes woman’s kidney match problem

Kimberly Gosell had more than 40 friends and family who were willing to donate a kidney to restore her health — and an immune system primed with harmful antibodies that would damage a new organ from any of them.
Updated: 12 hours ago
Engineered cartilage used in nose reconstruction

Engineered cartilage used in nose reconstruction

For the first time, bio-engineered cartilage has been successfully used in nasal reconstruction surgery.
Updated: 12 hours ago

Pasco commission to consider SunWest Park contracts

DADE CITY — The outcome of Wednesday’s Pasco Commission meeting could determine whether SunWest Park in Aripeka opens this summer.
Published: 04/09/14
Commercial building projects sprouting up all over

Commercial building projects sprouting up all over

NEW PORT RICHEY — Like flowers in full bloom in the springtime, numerous construction projects are sprouting up in the West Pasco area.
Published: 03/28/14

Pasco Housing Authority executive director resigns

DADE CITY — Pasco County Housing Authority Executive Director Dianne Morris resigned Wednesday from the position she held for two years, but no one on the authority will explain what led to her abrupt decision.
Published: 03/27/14
Pasco getting its first Mercedes-Benz dealership

Pasco getting its first Mercedes-Benz dealership

WESLEY CHAPEL — AutoNation, the country’s largest auto retailer, will open Pasco’s first Mercedes-Benz dealership by the end of the year.
Published: 03/19/14

Ag officials to review policy on South American fresh fruit imports

Federal and state agricultural officials will soon begin a policy assessment that could allow more imports into Florida of fresh produce from South American countries. Such shipments from certain countries have previously been banned because of pest ...
Updated: 1 months ago

Federal energy efficiency law faces rough reconciliation

The U.S. House of Representatives approved H.R. 2126, the Energy Efficiency Improvement Act, on March 5. It serves as a companion bill to the Senate’s Shaheen-Portman Energy Efficiency Bill, which has been moving through the Senate since 2011....
Updated: 1 months ago

March Madness expected to cause productivity dip

Employment outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas has announced there will be a work slowdown next week that will likely cost U.S. employers at least $1.2 billion per work hour.
Updated: 1 months ago
Outdoor mall, 800 houses planned for Mitchell Ranch land

Outdoor mall, 800 houses planned for Mitchell Ranch land

TRINITY — An outdoor shopping mall and movie theater would highlight a planned 800-home community on the former Mitchell Ranch property at Little Road and State Road 54.
Updated: 1 months ago

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