A doctor whose battle with uterine cancer brought national attention to a common hysterectomy device that can spread malignancy died Wednesday night at her home outside of Philadelphia. She was 44 years old.
A prominent Boston neurosurgeon was illegally forced out of his previous job at a New York hospital for strongly objecting to a policy that allowed another surgeon to perform complex spine surgeries on two patients simultaneously, a judge has ruled. James Holsapple, MD...
A bill slated to hit the Texas House floor on Tuesday would bar hospitals and health plans from differentiating between physicians who have undergone a widely-used recertification process and those who haven't.
A judge in Virginia on Monday handed a 10-year prison sentence to the former teenager accused of illegally posing as a doctor in South Florida. But Malachi Love-Robinson caught a big break as nine years of the term on two fraud charges were immediately suspended.
Numerous additional doctors from around the U.S. could become eligible to treat patients in Missouri's underserved areas as a result of a planned expansion of a first-in-the-nation law aimed at addressing a pervasive doctor shortage.
The Florida Department of Health’s Board of Medicine has found no probable cause for some of the first complaints filed against plastic surgeon Loren Clayman. The Florida Times-Union first wrote about three women who said Clayman severely disfigured their breasts and...
Boston's medical community remains stunned and baffled by its second violent loss in just over two years, even as the district attorney announced the alleged killer in Friday’s double slaying did not appear to have a personal connection to the victims.