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An international study led by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has shown that a new type of gene therapy may help boys with a fatal immune disorder commonly known as "bubble boy" disease.
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Should the US stop sending aid to developing countries?
It's official. A month after the ballots were cast, a $394 Marin General Hospital bond has cleared the supermajority hurdle.
U.S. companies are sounding the alarm on fourth-quarter earnings, lowering profit estimates just as the stock market is poised to end its best year since 1998.
Scientists say they have found a way to grow intestinal stem cells and get them to develop into different types of mature intestinal cells.
In July, Dr. Timothy Henrich of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston told an international meeting of AIDS researchers that two AIDS patients might have been cured by stem cell transplants.
Applications are now open for a new $8 million grant program designed to improve mental health services in Massachusetts.
Through rushes of tears, bouts of laughs, worries, determination, incredible pain a?? but above all, hope a?? Alisha Waters has waited to come home.
The cavalry was called to Cookeville Regional Medical Center early this morning when a suspicious package was discovered near the hospital's East Entrance.
Antione Garrett told police he and his girlfriend woke up to the sound of someone breaking into their home on the 3600 block of Laybourn.
Traditions Club, the home of Texas A&M University golf teams, partnered with the St. Joseph Health System to break the Guinness record for the world's largest gingerbread house.
The Baltimore Development Corp. is offering a second round of job creation incentives to Rockville-based Emergent Biosolutions as the company prepares to expand its facility near Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. , the world leader in serving science, announced today that it has priced its previously announced offering of senior notes, consisting of: $900 million aggregate principal amount of 1.30% senior notes due 2017 at an issue price of 99.941% of the principal amount, $900 million aggregate principal amount of 2.40% senior ... (more)
Morphine appears to reduce the effectiveness of the commonly used blood-thinning drug Plavix, which could hamper emergency-room efforts to treat heart attack victims, Austrian researchers report.
The Troy woman accused of pretending to be a victim of the Boston Marathon Bombings in order to collect nearly half a million dollars is back in court Wednesday.
Quick, will somebody, anybody, please nominate The New York Times for a Pulitzer for yesterday's story "As Hospital Prices Soar, a Single Stitch Tops $500"! This is an expose about hospital profit-taking that has long deserved front page coverage.
One morning in October, Jasibi Crew-West of Clinton, Md., found herself in an odd position: For all three years of her son Justin's life, she'd been telling him that peanuts could kill him.