Arizona's organ donations are in trouble for a reason.
Reeking havoc, Phoenix style, in the 12 months the millennium forgot
Reorganizing the BOMEX
A Phoenix family stumbles through the tangled bureaucracy of modern medical care
"Internet Internist" caught in web of investigations
Instead of removing Michael Cooley's brain tumor, a surgeon cut out healthy tissue. Fifteen years later, Cooley's settled malpractice cases against his doctor and his lawyer. The tumor still must be removed.
Legislators want closer scrutiny of BOMEX, but the medical board will seek more secrecy
A new audit proposes changes at state medical board
Dr. Kay Rauth-Farley is compassionate, tough and skilled, qualities that have placed her on the front lines of Arizona's war against child abuse for a decade
Dr. Pietr Hitzig of Maryland has prescribed a fen-phen panacea for all manner of ailments to thousands of patients he has never met. One of them, Alvin Chernov, killed himself.
Dr. Willard Hunter's repeated misprescription of dangerous drugs has contributed to two deaths. But the state medical board doesn't see any reason to revoke his doctor's license.
YEAR AFTER YEAR, DEBBIE MCQUEEN MAKES NEWS BY FORCING THE GOVERNMENT TO DEAL WITH A CHEMICAL SENSITIVITY SYNDROME THAT SHE CLAIMS AFFLICTS HER CHILDREN. THERE IS REASON TO WONDER HOW SICK THOSE KIDS ACTUALLY ARE.
When laws are broken, somebody's got to be punished. In the case of Cindy McCain, that somebody is Tom Gosinski