A Doctor’s Deception

July 26, 2019

For 30 years, Paul Shuen was one of the city’s most respected obstetricians. Then his nurses noticed something unusual about the way he delivered babies. A story of greed, betrayal and medical misconduct

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At least 28,000 people affected of which 54, mostly children, have died in the worst dengue outbreak in decades

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, says it now understands why some of that kind of research won’t easily fit the format of ClinicalTrials.gov, and the agency has delayed for the reporting requirements for another 2 years

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Writing code to save his son’s life. After weeks in and out of the hospital, no one had come up with a diagnosis for his son. Frustrated by the lack of progress, Matt Might, Buddy’s father and a computer programmer, began attacking the problem the only way he knew how — by writing code

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Amid concerns over two-tier health system, new scheme will read volunteers’ DNA for free

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The company acts after FDA reports increased illnesses and deaths linked to its devices

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The FDA almost never tests products itself. But in May, JAMA published the results of a randomized trial, conducted by FDA researchers, to determine whether the chemicals in four commercially available sunscreens are absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream

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As Wei Wei Lee sat with her doctor to discuss starting a family, she felt a “distance” between them. The physician was busy on the computer and focused on the screen

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