Advocat enters into lease contract for skilled nursing facility in Milton, West Virginia Advocat Inc. today announced that it has entered right into a lease agreement with a genuine estate programmer pursuant to that your programmer will construct, furnish, and equip a 90 bed skilled nursing service in Milton, West Virginia that your Company will lease. This facility will start using a Certificate of Want the Company attained in the acquisition of a nursing center in Milton, West Virginia in June 2009. Related StoriesPRN Program for rehabilitation nurses available these days onlineBystander CPR can prevent human brain damage, nursing home admission following cardiac arrestHigh dose flu vaccines reduce hospitalization risk during influenza seasonWilliam R significantly. Council, III, CEO of Advocat, commented, ‘I am very happy to announce this lease for a fresh, state of the creative art nursing middle to serve the folks of Milton, West Virginia.’ SOURCE Advocat Inc..Recent Corporate Events On October 21, 2011, the Contract and Program of Merger and Reorganization entered into by and among Allos, AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc. And Alamo Acquisition Sub, Inc. On July 19, 2011, on August 8 as amended, 2011, was terminated following a special conference of stockholders. Allos’ stockholders voted in favor of the adoption of the Merger Contract; AMAG stockholders voted against the proposed merger. Pursuant to the conditions of the Merger Agreement, On October 25 AMAG paid Allos, 2011 a net expense reimbursement amount equal to $1.8 million regarding the such termination.