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Framingham

(frā`mĭnghăm'), town (1990 pop. 64,994), Middlesex co., E Mass., on the Sudbury River between Worcester and Boston; settled 1650, inc. 1700. Framingham's diverse industries have included textiles, carpets, and automobiles, but the city is now a high-technology and biotechnology center whose products include sound systems, computer components and software, labratory equipment, processed foods, and asphalt. Framingham State Univ., an art museum, and the Garden in the Woods are in the town, which is also a residential and commercial suburb.
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The shooting club's owner Victor Grillo learned of the department's need through Mark Haranas, president of MutualOne Bank of Framingham. Grillo and his club stepped up to fund the purchase of 25 sets of ballistic vests, helmets and related equipment for its officers.
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Gary Collins and Douglas Altman, medical statisticians from Oxford, have proposed a new model of 10-year risk of cardiovascular disease that appears to perform better than the older Anderson Framingham equation.
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IDC (Framingham, MA), a unit of International Data Group (Boston, MA), has launched Health Industry Insights (HII; Framingham, MA), a new independent research and advisory practice focused on providing health industry executives and senior managers with research, business cases, benchmarking and best practices on the use of information technology.