After 15 years on the air, "Sound Medicine" will broadcast its last new episode on April 26. The Indiana University School of Medicine, the show's primary funder, wants to change the direction of its marketing.
New research from the Mayo Clinic is bringing back a long-running debate over whether drug companies like Eli Lilly and Biogen are focusing on the right target in developing therapies to treat the disease.
Major drugmakers—including Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co.—the British government and a top Alzheimer's research charity are pooling more than $100 million to create a global fund to accelerate efforts to find a treatment or cure.
Zionsville-based Hc1 is using its latest round of funding to expand from its roots—making software to help medical labs, pharmacies, physicians and hospital systems track the business relationships they have with one another—into a company that also helps those organizations interact directly with patients.
Chris Leeuw opened the doors of the NeuroHope rehab clinic on Feb. 18 to offer patients more time to recover and to help them remain healthy in spite of their immobilizing spinal cord and brain injuries.