November 26, 2017
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SLACK Incorporated acquires Nephrology News & Issues from Grand View Media Group

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THOROFARE — Nephrology News & Issues will begin its 31st year of publishing under new owners SLACK Incorporated, a Wyanoke Group Company. Nephrology News & Issues joins the company’s extensive portfolio of specialty-focused health care titles in print and online at

“SLACK Incorporated has long been committed to providing quality content to medical specialists,” Peter N. Slack, president and chief executive officer of the Wyanoke Group, said. “Nephrology News & Issues supports our mission of serving health care professionals the clinical information they need to help improve patient health.”

The company produces 42 publications in print and online; publishes more than 250 medical and allied health books; creates custom print and Internet-related projects; and produces convention daily newspapers and meeting supplements for a growing number of health care meetings.

Nephrology News & Issues is an important addition to our coverage of medicine at the specialty and sub-specialty level,” John C. Carter, chief operating officer of the Wyanoke Group, said. “We are excited to continue the success of this market-leading brand not only in print but within our digital platform, We look forward to providing an exceptional experience to health care professionals and advertisers alike.”

Joining SLACK Incorporated are current Nephrology News & Issues staff members, Mark E. Neumann and Tracy Murray, continuing their positions as editor-in-chief and senior account executive, respectively.

“On behalf of Grand View Media, we are proud to have been able to bring Nephrology News & Issues to the health care professionals dedicated to the treatment of end-stage renal disease,” Michael Humber, director, EBSCO Capital, said. “I’d also like to thank our many industry sponsors and supporters over the past 30 years who have helped make the publication the success it is today.”