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Mansfield drug treatment center owes state $11 million, audit finds

A Mansfield addiction treatment program owes nearly $11 million to Ohio's tax-funded Medicaid program for services it failed to substantiate or were not eligible for reimbursement, a state audit found ... read more

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But the pool available to make those payments is just $362 million ... expensive medical treatment. ... A senior official with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said the agency would atte... read more

Weeding Through The Growth: An In-Depth Analysis Of Marijuana Stocks

This being said, Washington State has released a study on the fiscal impact ... Cannabis Science is pursuing federal grants for research aimed at drug-resistant strains of HIV and the treatment of Kap... read more

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ENDO PHARMACEUTICALS HOLDINGS INC – 10-K – Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations

Generic drug firms have ... 2011 was $82.4 million and was attributable to our AMS subsidiary, which we acquired in June 2011. Corporate unallocated. Corporate unallocated adjusted loss before income ... read more

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The future of public broadcasting is again uncertain ... of 1,000 staff as the Howard government dishonoured its election commitment and cut $11 million to operational base funding immediately and $55 ... read more

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Already she and her husband have loaned the campaign more than $11 million. In addition, the campaign had reported debts of about $10 million. Her victory in Pennsylvania produced a flood of money, bu... read more

Liquid Gold: Pain Doctors Soak Up Profits By Screening Urine For Drugs

Medicare paid the company at least $11 million ... Data Kaiser Health News relied on payment data from Medicare’s fee-for-service program, available from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services t... read more

Form 424B4 Motif Bio plc

Neither the Securities and Exchange Commission, any U.S. state securities commission, the Bank of England nor any other foreign securities commission has approved or disapproved of these securities or ... read more

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The U.S. House on Friday passed a bill reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), known as No Child Left Behind, the first passage of major K-12 legislation in more than a decade ... read more

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The money that state workers contribute plus the money ... bringing in $13.2 million. Sony Pictures' faith-based film "War Room" came in at No. 2, making $11 million. The Weinstein Co.’s “No Escape,” ... read more

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