The drug was initially licensed to a company that recently filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Now Colorado-based Ariel Pharmaceuticals has picked up Tamiasyn and will take over the task of preparing it for human clinical trials.
Body found in burned out car near Bird Island identified as local farmer
The deceased is a 59-year-old man from rural Bird Island.
I-94 temporarily closed in Moorhead as man was rescued from bridge
The man was on a railroad bridge support pillar.
Minneapolis' Khâluna named in Eater's 2022 'Best New Restaurants'
The restaurant, opened in 2021, is known for its Laotian cuisine.
3 pedestrians struck by drivers Monday in Minnesota; 2 dead
The victims involved a 39-year-old man and two 74-year-old men.
Shifting storm tracks: Significant storms Friday, next week?
Sven Sundgaard has the details on an interesting forecast.
Worker suffers serious injury in rooftop fall in rural Minnesota
The man only fell a few feet, but suffered a serious leg injury.
Minnesota cowboy severely injured while bull riding at national tournament
Reid Oftedahl suffered a head and neck injury.
Minnesota reports massive projected budget surplus of $17.6 billion
The huge surplus comes as the DFL prepares to assume a trifecta of the Legislature and the Governor's House.
Boil water advisory issued for part of Minneapolis after water main break
The main break caused significant flooding in an area of North Minneapolis Monday evening.
Deals struck between nursing union and hospitals, potentially averting strike
A strike was scheduled to start on Dec. 11 if a deal was not reached.
Make the Most of your Solar Panels with Energy Storage
Solar energy is great during the day, but what happens when the sun goes down?
U of M president picks alum for second-in-command
Incoming VP and Provost Karen Hanson brings a background in the humanities at a time when the liberal arts are under attack. University President Eric Kaler says her education will help balance his own as an engineer. Hanson has said that making the case for the humanities "will have to be made again and again."
Drug developed at U of M 'incredibly potent' in killing pancreatic cancer
Tumors that attack the pancreas are among the most lethal cancers. But a drug developed at the University of Minnesota has been used to kill those tumors in mice and could be tested on humans soon. The drug is made from a plant used in traditional Chinese medicine called the Thunder God Vine.
U of M, Mayo Clinic cultivate close ties to drug companies
In part three in a series investigating drug company's financial relationships with health care practitioners, the Pioneer Press looks into the University of Minnesota and Mayo Clinic, two big organizations that are getting a growing share of industry money. Both organizations use the money for research and training, and both have processes in place to root out possible conflicts of interest.
Feds: Fewer Minn. clinics got drugs tied to meningitis outbreak than reported
The number of Minnesota clinics that received drugs from a Massachusetts pharmacy tied to the recent fungal meningitis outbreak is fewer than initially reported. The number of the clinics has been adjusted downward from 129 to 111.
Drug used to treat childhood leukemia in short supply
A doctor says when methotrexate is given to childhood leukemia patients its cure rate is 90 percent or better. But a shortage of the drug has patients and their families worried. U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar is among those pressuring pharmaceutical companies to increase the supply.
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