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State health officials investigating claims that a Towson cardiologist performed hundreds of unnecessary medical procedures have identified other doctors in Maryland with similarly questionable practices, The Baltimore Sun has learned. Several...
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The regulatory board responsible for licensing doctors in Maryland has filed administrative charges against a Towson cardiologist accused of performing hundreds of unnecessary procedures, beginning a process that could strip him of the authority to...
St. Joseph Medical Center has repeatedly said it wants to do right by its coronary stent patients. After a complaint last year that star cardiologist Mark Midei was placing stents in the arteries of patients who didn't need them, the Towson hospital...
KTLA NewsWASHINGTON-- The following is the full text version of President Barack Obama's address to Congress on health care reform Wednesday, as prepared for delivery and provided by the White House. --- Madame Speaker, Vice President Biden, members of Congress,...
ProducerLOS ANGELES (AP) - Michael Jackson's personal doctor administered a powerful anesthetic to help him sleep, and authorities believe the drug killed the pop singer, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press on Monday. The official, who spoke...
Associated Press WriterDefending a handshake agreement to end Pennsylvania's long state government budget standoff might be as complicated as it was to reach the deal. More than a week after the deal was reached by Gov. Ed Rendell and top Republican and Democratic lawmakers,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersAiming to move the healthcare debate beyond its current state of acrimony, President Obama on Wednesday stood before Congress and outlined a plan that he said would improve medical insurance for Americans who have it and make it affordable for those who...
KTLA NewsRIVERSIDE -- A man is suing a Riverside hospital claiming the surgeon removed his healthy kidney instead of his diseased one, leaving him to endure dialysis treatments every three days. Francisco Torres, 72, underwent surgery at Parkview Community...
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The following are prepared remarks on President Barack Obama's address to Congress on health care reform: Madame Speaker, Vice President Biden, Members of Congress, and the American people: When I spoke here last winter, this nation was facing the worst...
Illinois once provided the public with detailed histories of the state's doctors — including whether the physician was convicted of a crime, fired by a hospital or forced to make a medical malpractice payment within the previous five years. Judging...
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Chicago Tribune Staff WriterThe new president-elect of the American Medical Association promises to lead the nation's largest doctor group in a more proactive and confrontational relationship with members of Congress. "The AMA is going to be more insistent and a little edgier...
Opinion L.A.Sarah Palin popped up again today on the Wall Street Journal's Op-Ed page to renew her accusation that President Obama was advocating "death panels." Never mind that lawmakers have already abandoned the proposal that gave rise to the original "death...
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