Lydia Ramsey

Covering pharma/biotech/etc. @businessinsider. Missing @thedailynu. I'm a big fan of puns. tinyletter.com/lydiaramsey

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This doctor left Oscar to start a co-working space for therapists — we got a sneak peek at the stylish offices
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This doctor left Oscar to start a co-working space for therapists — we got a sneak peek at the stylish offices
October, 17 2018
'Now we can sprint': A startup founded by 2 brothers just raised $300 million to reinvent how we care for elderly Americans
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'Now we can sprint': A startup founded by 2 brothers just raised $300 million to reinvent how we care for elderly Americans
October, 16 2018
A former Googler who started losing his hair in his 20s and founded a company to help other men facing a similar fate now wants to help the 38 million people
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A former Googler who started losing his hair in his 20s and founded a company to help other men facing a similar fate now wants to help the 38 million people
October, 16 2018
I've taken AncestryDNA, 23andMe, and National Geographic genetics tests — here's how to choose one to try
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I've taken AncestryDNA, 23andMe, and National Geographic genetics tests — here's how to choose one to try
October, 15 2018
'To them it was a science fiction story': A VC who’s been investing in anti-aging research for 7 years explains why investors are starting to pour hundreds of
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'To them it was a science fiction story': A VC who’s been investing in anti-aging research for 7 years explains why investors are starting to pour hundreds of
October, 15 2018
A biotech that's developing a drug for a rare metabolic disorder is exploring going public in 2019
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A biotech that's developing a drug for a rare metabolic disorder is exploring going public in 2019
October, 12 2018
Google has created an algorithm that's like 'spell check' for doctors who diagnose breast cancer — here's how it works
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Google has created an algorithm that's like 'spell check' for doctors who diagnose breast cancer — here's how it works
October, 12 2018
2 massive healthcare deals just got approved by the DOJ — and they'll change healthcare as we know it
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2 massive healthcare deals just got approved by the DOJ — and they'll change healthcare as we know it
October, 11 2018
A VC who dropped out of MIT at age 14 has invested in biotech companies that are now worth billions. Here's how's she's picking her next investments to help us
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A VC who dropped out of MIT at age 14 has invested in biotech companies that are now worth billions. Here's how's she's picking her next investments to help us
October, 11 2018
Hurricane Michael blasted Florida with up to 155 mph winds. Here's how it compares to other destructive storms in US history.
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Hurricane Michael blasted Florida with up to 155 mph winds. Here's how it compares to other destructive storms in US history.
October, 11 2018
'Everybody's going to have a lot of losers': Most biotech investors are getting burned even as fledgling companies are raising money hand-over-fist
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'Everybody's going to have a lot of losers': Most biotech investors are getting burned even as fledgling companies are raising money hand-over-fist
October, 11 2018
An $80-a-month startup that wants to help straighten your teeth— without you having to step foot in an orthodontist's office — is now valued at $3.2 billion
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An $80-a-month startup that wants to help straighten your teeth— without you having to step foot in an orthodontist's office — is now valued at $3.2 billion
October, 10 2018
The 11 strongest hurricanes ever to form in the Atlantic Ocean, ranked by wind speed
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The 11 strongest hurricanes ever to form in the Atlantic Ocean, ranked by wind speed
October, 10 2018
'Women have been saying it works for 10,000 years': 400 women will use marijuana-infused inserts in a groundbreaking study from a Harvard Medical School
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'Women have been saying it works for 10,000 years': 400 women will use marijuana-infused inserts in a groundbreaking study from a Harvard Medical School
October, 9 2018
The CEO of Merck has an ominous warning for the middlemen who stand between drug makers and patients
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The CEO of Merck has an ominous warning for the middlemen who stand between drug makers and patients
October, 8 2018
'It changes the game': The head of health and life sciences at Intel breaks down how 5G will impact healthcare
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'It changes the game': The head of health and life sciences at Intel breaks down how 5G will impact healthcare
October, 5 2018
An Intel executive says doctors are reluctant about using AI in medicine because they don't trust it
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An Intel executive says doctors are reluctant about using AI in medicine because they don't trust it
October, 4 2018
A company that's using microbes to produce biodegradable materials for everything from plastic bags to clothing just raised $90 million
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A company that's using microbes to produce biodegradable materials for everything from plastic bags to clothing just raised $90 million
October, 3 2018
How the researchers who won the Nobel Prize in medicine transformed the way we treat cancer
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How the researchers who won the Nobel Prize in medicine transformed the way we treat cancer
October, 1 2018
Pfizer's CEO is stepping down after 8 years — meet the man who will be replacing him
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Pfizer's CEO is stepping down after 8 years — meet the man who will be replacing him
October, 1 2018
Drugmakers are using an unusual tactic to compete in a new class of medication — giving it away for free
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Drugmakers are using an unusual tactic to compete in a new class of medication — giving it away for free
September, 28 2018
The FDA just approved a new treatment for a common form of skin cancer
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The FDA just approved a new treatment for a common form of skin cancer
September, 28 2018
How a Groupon co-founder's experience with a lack of cancer data led him to start a company that's now worth $2 billion after just three years
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How a Groupon co-founder's experience with a lack of cancer data led him to start a company that's now worth $2 billion after just three years
September, 27 2018
A new medication that's changing the way we treat a condition that affects 38 million Americans just got approved
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A new medication that's changing the way we treat a condition that affects 38 million Americans just got approved
September, 27 2018
Merck's board just changed the rules to keep its CEO on board after he turns 65
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Merck's board just changed the rules to keep its CEO on board after he turns 65
September, 26 2018
A VC spoke to 30 founders and investors about the $350 billion elder-care market and found 3 reasons why starting a company in the market is a challenge
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A VC spoke to 30 founders and investors about the $350 billion elder-care market and found 3 reasons why starting a company in the market is a challenge
September, 22 2018
Fitbit's moving away from a simple step counter into health coaching as it faces competition from the Apple Watch
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Fitbit's moving away from a simple step counter into health coaching as it faces competition from the Apple Watch
September, 22 2018
The microbiome has been called the forgotten organ — and it could hold the 'next paradigm shift in science and medicine'
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The microbiome has been called the forgotten organ — and it could hold the 'next paradigm shift in science and medicine'
September, 21 2018
'Healthcare is distinctly local:' Why the CEO of UnitedHealthcare Global turns to local healthcare systems to grow its global business
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'Healthcare is distinctly local:' Why the CEO of UnitedHealthcare Global turns to local healthcare systems to grow its global business
September, 21 2018
A startup that's helping us better understand the microbes that live in and on each of us is now going to start developing drugs based on those bugs
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A startup that's helping us better understand the microbes that live in and on each of us is now going to start developing drugs based on those bugs
September, 21 2018
A startup that provides Viagra on-demand just raised $88 million and is now trying to get people to stop smoking
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A startup that provides Viagra on-demand just raised $88 million and is now trying to get people to stop smoking
September, 18 2018
The DOJ just approved Cigna's $67 billion merger with Express Scripts
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The DOJ just approved Cigna's $67 billion merger with Express Scripts
September, 17 2018
In a bid to appeal to millennials, Botox-maker Allergan is asking them if they're 'bo-curious'
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In a bid to appeal to millennials, Botox-maker Allergan is asking them if they're 'bo-curious'
September, 17 2018
The Trump administration's top health official isn't counting on pharma to bring down drug prices
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The Trump administration's top health official isn't counting on pharma to bring down drug prices
September, 13 2018
The maker of Botox is going after millennials who are thinking about wrinkle-smoothing treatments and has hired a fashion and beauty executive to lead its
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The maker of Botox is going after millennials who are thinking about wrinkle-smoothing treatments and has hired a fashion and beauty executive to lead its
September, 12 2018
One of the largest health insurers in the US is launching a $250 million venture fund
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One of the largest health insurers in the US is launching a $250 million venture fund
September, 12 2018
Why people are still getting sick 17 years after 9/11
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Why people are still getting sick 17 years after 9/11
September, 11 2018
The 16 most destructive hurricanes in US history
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The 16 most destructive hurricanes in US history
September, 10 2018
The head of healthcare investing at Qualcomm Ventures explains why it’s so hard to get doctors to adopt new technology
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The head of healthcare investing at Qualcomm Ventures explains why it’s so hard to get doctors to adopt new technology
September, 8 2018
A group of hospitals just picked a CEO to run their nonprofit generic drug company — and he's not getting paid to do it
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A group of hospitals just picked a CEO to run their nonprofit generic drug company — and he's not getting paid to do it
September, 6 2018
The DOJ is reportedly close to approving 2 healthcare megamergers
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The DOJ is reportedly close to approving 2 healthcare megamergers
September, 5 2018
Pharma veteran Jackie Fouse is leaving a SoftBank-backed biotech founded by a 33-year-old to run a cancer drugmaker
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Pharma veteran Jackie Fouse is leaving a SoftBank-backed biotech founded by a 33-year-old to run a cancer drugmaker
September, 4 2018
The CEO of a company often called the future of healthcare explains why health insurers want to cover your rent
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The CEO of a company often called the future of healthcare explains why health insurers want to cover your rent
September, 1 2018
A startup from the founder of Groupon that wants to personalize cancer treatment just raised $110 million at a $2 billion valuation
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A startup from the founder of Groupon that wants to personalize cancer treatment just raised $110 million at a $2 billion valuation
August, 29 2018
The CEO of a company often called the future of healthcare reveals why medical care is moving into homes and out of hospitals
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The CEO of a company often called the future of healthcare reveals why medical care is moving into homes and out of hospitals
August, 28 2018
A former Googler who started losing his hair in his 20s founded a company to help other men facing a similar fate
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A former Googler who started losing his hair in his 20s founded a company to help other men facing a similar fate
August, 25 2018
One Medical, a fast-growing startup that just raised $350 million to reinvent how you visit your doctor, is betting it can 'blow this thing out nationally'
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One Medical, a fast-growing startup that just raised $350 million to reinvent how you visit your doctor, is betting it can 'blow this thing out nationally'
August, 25 2018
The $67 billion Cigna-Express Scripts merger just passed a key hurdle
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The $67 billion Cigna-Express Scripts merger just passed a key hurdle
August, 24 2018
NYU's decision to go tuition-free has other top medical schools grappling with how to attract the brightest students
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NYU's decision to go tuition-free has other top medical schools grappling with how to attract the brightest students
August, 23 2018
Mylan quietly made an acquisition for almost half a billion dollars in July that it didn't tell investors about right away
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Mylan quietly made an acquisition for almost half a billion dollars in July that it didn't tell investors about right away
August, 18 2018
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