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In 2004, Danielle Bellerose gave birth to two premature babies during an emergency caesarean section…

Hospice of the Comforter, which is based in Altamonte Springs and is one of the…

As part of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2013, the nation’s hospitals are taking…

In May 2012, former linebacker Junior Seau shot himself in his bedroom in Oceanside, California,…

Federal authorities announced that Sergei Kusyakov, who acted as an agent for chiropractic clinics and…

The claim that medical malpractice payments are the culprit for rising health care costs has…

For over three decades, doctors prescribed DES, or diethylstilbestrol, to pregnant women for the prevention…

Arbitration agreements, which require patients to give up their rights to a jury trial if…

Although a 1988 court ruling limits sharing medical information between lawyers and plaintiffs’ other doctors,…

New technology may be the key to help properly diagnose patients and avoid common errors…

Between 2009 and 2011, Excela Health’s Greenburg Hospital allegedly performed unnecessary cardiac stent procedures, and…

Hospitals and physicians use disclosure-and-resolution programs to disclose adverse events that affected patients and their…

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