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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A former Theranos scientist says Elizabeth Holmes should ‘come forward and apologize’. She joined Theranos fresh out of Berkeley, a self-described “starry-eyed’’ 22-year-old chemist and biologist who saw Elizabeth Holmes as a role model: the CEO who would revolutionize the blood testing industry

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Going Under

March 5, 2019

When Jessica Hopper was inappropriately groped by an anesthesiologist, during labor, she tries to out him that same day, to a roomful of hospital staff who don’t believe her. That sets her on a many year mission to get someone to take up her cause. She exhausts herself trying

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Offending researchers could face restrictions on jobs, loans and business opportunities under a system tied to the controversial social credit policy

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After her 10-year-old was accepted into a clinical drug trial for bipolar disorder, a mother chronicled her family’s experiences. Here is their journey, in their own words

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The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice probably isn’t the most collegial of places these days because Dr. H. Gilbert Welch, a leading expert on cancer screening and overtreatment, used data that belonged to Samir Soneji and a collaborator in California in a subsequent publication without even a hat tip

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“The victims’ deaths, that is Robert Skidmore and John Snyder, their deaths were caused by this neglect of the defendant,” Goggins read from his opinion, “in [Nick Lyon’s] failure to act appropriately with regarding to disseminating notices to the public.”

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The first thing that went through Alison Avenell’s head when she heard Yoshihiro Sato had died was that it might be a trick

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