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Courant Assistant Features EditorOn a Sunday afternoon in March 1970, Dr. George Reardon photographed me in degrading, sexually provocative poses in his office at St. Francis Hospital. It was just another day for the doctor. Afterward, he stopped at Arthur Drug on Farmington Avenue...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEVERY DAY, doctors and hospitals bring healthy babies into the world, jump-start stalled hearts and find cancer when it's still curable. The wonders of medical care, whether delivered within a sprawling urban campus or a tiny rural clinic, have become...
Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz, the pioneering cardiovascular surgeon who performed the first U.S. heart transplant, developed a balloon-pumping device that has saved hundreds of thousands of lives and developed mechanical heart-assist devices, died of heart...
Zap2It.comCuba Gooding Jr. has taken his first TV role in more than a decade, signing on to star in a movie for TNT. Gooding will play the title role in "Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story," a biography of neurosurgeon and best-selling author Ben Carson. The...
According to Pierce County investigators - a prominent Gig Harbor doctor is accused in an alleged road rage attack. Detectives say 37-year-old Dr. Dennis Geyer, a neurosurgeon at Madigan Army Medical Center is accused of second degree assault. Court...
Tags: Surgery, Hospitals and Clinics
Times Staff WriterAs Lance Cpl. Ryan Buchter lay bleeding in the Iraqi desert, his fate hinged on the efficiency of a medical lifeline that stretches halfway around the world. From that moment forward, hundreds of strangers would work to save him. Buchter's platoon was in...
Zap2It.comMon Dieu! Most of you know that sometimes I can, shall we say, wallow in my lovely little world of denial. (It's great in this world. Dark chocolate grows on trees.) It's why I can't even talk about how "Veronica Mars" has yet to be picked up for a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterStricken with a cancerous brain tumor in the autumn of his storied political career, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was facing a daunting treatment regimen with "good spirits," his doctors here said Tuesday, while his family and political friends struggled with...
Tags: Marth Coakley, Surgery, Government, Hillary Clinton, Death
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 8, 1998 Something is still rotten in the state of Denmark! Having affirmed the possibility that faith can work miracles in his go-for-broke, internationally acclaimed "Breaking the Waves," Denmark's endlessly venturesome Lars von...
Times Staff WritersFor years it has been a heartfelt cry: "This hospital desperately needs more money!" Whenever Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center is criticized, as it often is, the response from supporters is the same. They say Los Angeles County leaders never...
Heading Off Deformity Having Infants Sleep On Their Backs To Prevent SIDS Sometimes Changes Shape Of SkullCourant Staff WriterJennifer Carroll knew she was part of a national trend when she faithfully put her newborn son, Brennan, to sleep on his back. What shocked her was that she also had become part of a resulting epidemic. When Brennan was 2 months old, Carroll, who...
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