January 2023 Contents

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FEATURES

Floridian of the Year

The Advocate

All In

Ken Griffin is building a multi-billion-dollar corporate and private empire in South Florida — and it's having commercial, political and philanthropic implications in the region and beyond.

Economic Backbone

Cancer Care

Early Detection

Growth in finding blood-based biomarkers offers hope, FAU researcher says.

Surge in Survivors

Mayo Florida is adding proton therapy and carbon ion therapy in the Americas

More Options

TGH's enw bone marrow transplant unit targets aggressive blood cancers.

Targeting Ovarian Cancers

The hospital's expansion takes aim at a rising number of late-stage cases.

Gentler Approach

New therapies create better options when breast cancer spreads to the brain.

A First in the Southeast for UF Health

UF Health acquires a linear accelerator.

Trendlines

Up Front
Delivering for Florida

What our Florida College System is accomplishing is very impressive to say the least.

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Mallory Lykes Dimmitt

"We're lucky to live in a state of 22 million people and growing that still has an incredible environment."

Editor's Page
World of Wonder

Jeff Hoffman is a rarity among globally prominent entrepreneurs.

Economic Outlook

Economic Outlook

Forecast 2023

Experts say Florida is well-positioned to weather rising interest rates, inflation and falling home prices — still, potential headwinds remain.

NextGen
From Rags to Pitches

Once homeless, Cesar Hernandez now runs a global consulting company and recently earned an MBA from Oxford University.

Community Portrait

Regional Profile
The Orlando Region

A diversified economy and regional cooperation position the Orlando region for continued growth.

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Florida Business News

Florida News Releases

Florida Trend Video Pick

Could Florida electric bills go up because of a fuel made from manure?
Could Florida electric bills go up because of a fuel made from manure?

A bill advancing through the Florida Legislature that would entice utility companies to invest in “renewable natural gas” could cost Florida residents if signed into law, according to energy watchdog groups.

 

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