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Part attitude and part miracle of modern medicine: Paul Sullivan man was told by doctors that he would never walk again. This week he walked into Memorial hospital to share his story with us. He is a walking testament to sheer determination and modern...
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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - A man accused of inflicting fatal injuries on his 2-year-old daughter took the witness stand during his trial in St. Joseph Superior Court Monday morning, denying all allegations against him. Valentin Escobedo, 25, said he never abused his...
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Blackberries, smartphones, flip phones. Having a cell phone is now the norm. But constantly using that phone may have a negative effect on your health. The World Health Organization released a new study Tuesday, noting radiation from cell-phones may...
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Doctors are breathing a sigh of relief as Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords reaches a second day since her surgery without increased swelling in her brain. Neurosurgeon Dr. Michael Lemole of Tucson's University Medical Center...
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The Miami Herald (MCT)For Kristina Deeter, a hard day at work could include resuscitating a toddler who nearly drowned, adjusting medication for a child who is struggling to tolerate a new heart, or setting up a premature baby on life support. Then, after an intense 12-hour...
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A suburban St. Louis-based health care company has apologized while acknowledging that a neurosurgeon operated on the wrong side of a patient's brain. SSM Health Care's apology on Tuesday followed a lawsuit filed Friday on...
Some doctors in Roanoke are training to become neurosurgeons. This is the seventh year of the neurosurgery residency program at Carilion Clinic. The program has a total of seven residents, taking one new person each year. These physicians start out...
Johns Hopkins University alum and best-selling author Wes Moore will replace Dr. Ben Carson as speaker at the university's School of Education commencement, officials said Wednesday, after the world-renowned neurosurgeon came under fire for his...
Johns Hopkins administrators scrambled Thursday to find a commencement speaker to replace Dr. Ben Carson, who stepped down from two engagements because of backlash from recent comments he made about same-sex marriage. Carson was scheduled as the...
John Ward Ross-Duggan, MD (nicknames “ John Ross, Doctor John, Rhino) Died at age of 57 drowned in a sailing accident on February 23, 2013. Residing in Honolulu, Hawaii. Born: Long Beach CALIF. On August 2, 1955 Son of Dr. John K Ross-Duggan,...
The Baltimore SunIn a letter sent to the Johns Hopkins Medical community Friday afternoon, Faculty Dean and CEO Dr. Paul Rothman labeled Dr. Ben Carson's comments on gay marriage "hurtful" and "offensive." Rothman's letter is a turning point in what has been two weeks...
I am not among the many who are shocked that Ben Carson, the brilliant and widely admired neurosurgeon based at Johns Hopkins Hospital, would emerge as a hero of the political right and Sean Hannity's new best friend. That Carson would stoop to making...
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