Spotlight On... Fujifilm still in M&A talks, after losing out on Toshiba medical biz: Reuters; Philips teams with Yale on interventional oncology research; FDA warns of M. chimaera infection linked to Sorin's heater-cooler system; and more...

Fujifilm Holdings is working on more M&A deals--despite letting the Toshiba medical division slip through its fingers to Canon for about $6 billion in March. While that business is all about imaging, Toshiba is said to be looking for new deals in regenerative medicine and pharmaceuticals, Reuters reports. "There are various deals on the table, though I can't give details," the company's new COO, Kenji Sukeno, told the outlet in an interview. More

> As part of their existing Master Research Agreement, Philips and the Yale School of Medicine have embarked on a multiyear cancer research program to innovate in interventional oncology. Release

> The FDA flagged Sorin Group's Stöckert 3T Heater-Cooler System for Mycobacterium chimaera infections in patients who underwent cardiothoracic surgery using the device. FDA safety communication

> Ontario-based smart contact lens maker Medella Health raised $1.4 million in a seed round. Release (PDF)

> Avenu Medical won a CE mark for its Ellipsys Vascular Access System, a single-catheter image-guided system for hemodialysis. Release

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