May 13, 2024 - News

🔙 Back That Mass Up: Celtics win, Bruins struggle

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🏀 The Celtics moved into a 2-1 series lead against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA playoffs, winning Saturday's game 106-93. (CBS)

🏒 Meanwhile, the Florida Panthers have taken a 3-1 series lead against the Bruins in the NHL playoffs after back-to-back wins this weekend. (ESPN)

The Weymouth man who received the world's first genetically edited pig kidney transplant two months ago died. (NBC Boston)

  • Massachusetts General Hospital said in a statement it had "no indication" that Richard Slayman's death was the result of his recent transplant.

📉 Ginkgo Bioworks plans to lay off some workers after reporting low revenue numbers in the first quarter. (BBJ)

  • CEO Jason Kelly said he doesn't have "exact numbers" for layoffs yet, but the company plans to reduce its overall labor expenses by 25%.

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