The history of oncology is rife with reports of patients with advanced cancer who staged miraculous recoveries.
The push to digitize medical records in the U.S. has created a new software billionaire who built his fortune 3,000 miles away from Silicon Valley.
Louis V. Gerstner III, the son of the executive credited with saving International Business Machines Corp., has died. He was 41.
Doctors at Harvard Medical School and the University of Southern California are going public to seek new cases of a mysterious, life-threatening blood disease in hopes of finding clues toward a cause and a cure.