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UT Southwestern Announces Early Collaborative Grants for Heavy Ion Project With UTA

UT Southwestern Medical Center is enlisting the help of a UT Arlington professor Dr. Mingwu Jin to bolster their effort to become the first heavy ion cancer treatment center in the United States. Jin, a physics professor with a background in electrical imaging and radiology, hopes to develop an imaging system that will help doctors see how each treatment is affecting a patient in real time, making it easier to adjust the dosage as needed.
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Craig Hall Holding Firm on His Theranos Bet

The rise and fall of Silicon Valley darling Theranos has been well publicized—the company was once valued at more than $1 billion. It ascended like Icarus up-up-up to a $9 billion valuation, eventually crashing down to below its initial value. Lesser known is how Dallas real estate developer Craig Hall plays into this narrative.
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Theranos, the Battered Diagnostic Startup, Has a Dallas Tie: Real Estate Magnate Craig Hall

Craig Hall’s decades-long real estate career has been propelled by calculated risks. Some have paid off, others haven’t. But the developer knows when to answer the phone. And one day in October 2006, a college dropout who helmed what would soon be billed as the Apple of medicine wanted his ear.
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Dallas Cowboys, Baylor Scott & White Break Ground on Sports Med Facility in Frisco

The 300,000-square-foot center will offer treatment, research, and wellness services for athletes of all ages when it opens in 2018. Here's a sneak peek of what the project will look like and include.
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Baylor Scott & White, Cowboys Break Ground on Sports Treatment and Research Center in Frisco

Executives from the Dallas Cowboys and Baylor Scott & White Health on Wednesday broke ground in Frisco on a new sports medicine facility at The Star, the NFL organization’s upcoming mixed used development. The 300,000 square foot center will offer treatment, research, and wellness services for athletes of all ages when it opens in 2018.

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Strafor Exec Forecasts the Future for Texas Oil

What conditions led to the massive oil supply glut, and when can we expect to climb out of it?