Mayo Clinic to close unit, cut 30 jobs
AP/Minneapolis Star Tribune, November 7, 2008
Mayo Clinic is closing its 100-person Mayo Clinical Trial Services because of anticipated future losses and a change in business strategy. The clinic says the clinical trials unit is no longer accepting new contracts and that 30 employees' jobs will end immediately. Another 27 positions will be eliminated in 2009.
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