Amy Stulick

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Recent Stories

Sherman Oaks Biotech Licenses Treatment for Development in China

Sherman Oaks biopharmaceutical company T-Cure Bioscience has entered into a license agreement with Chinese biotech Immunotech Biopharm Ltd. to develop a T cell therapy for renal cancer.

CSUN Campus to Host Large-Scale Vaccination Site

California State University – Northridge will become a large-scale COVID-19 vaccination site.

COVID Patient Influx Strains Hospital Resources

Bed capacity and staffing in the red, mortuaries full.

Hospitals in the Valley are seeing surges linked to holiday gatherings, staff said, threatening to overwhelm plans put in place at the beginning of the pandemic to accommodate a massive influx of patients.

Pandemic Alters Testing Lab’s Business Model

Universal Diagnostic tries direct-to-consumer strategy.

Universal Diagnostic Laboratories in Van Nuys has drastically changed its business model in the wake of COVID-19 testing.

Stars Rising for Fundraising Gala

Valley Economic Alliance holds event virtually for first time.

Valley Economic Alliance held its “Valley of the Stars ... Rising” event for the first time virtually on Jan. 15.

Private Schools Hold Tuition Line But Offer Aid

LIST: Administrators report full enrollment even with remote-only instruction.

So far in the coronavirus pandemic, private high schools in the Valley region have not experienced a drop in enrollment, nor have they had to reduce tuition, staffers told the Business Journal.

Behavioral Hospital

Health Care: Lancaster to host state’s first center for mental health plus rehab.

Lancaster will host the state’s first behavioral health and rehabilitation hospital, created by a joint venture between Antelope Valley Hospital and Kentucky-based Kindred Healthcare.

BioSolar Changes Name to NewHydrogen

Santa Clarita tech company BioSolar Inc. has officially changed its corporate name to NewHydrogen Inc.

Amgen to Help Develop Autoimmune Drugs

Amgen Inc. and EVOQ Therapeutics on Wednesday announced they have entered into a license and collaboration agreement to develop drugs for autoimmune disorders.

Tent Hospital in Lancaster Will Care for COVID Patients

The City of Lancaster, in partnership with North Carolina nonprofit Samaritan’s Purse and Antelope Valley Hospital, is building a 50-bed field hospital to serve the overwhelming number of COVID-19 patients.

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