The first-ever organ delivered by drone was transplanted into a patient with kidney failure at the University of Maryland Medical Center, capping more than three years of work to show unmanned aircraft can be safely transport life-saving organs and tissue.
UMBC student: Of course, if Teporary Protected Status for Salvadorans is not renewed, more than my career is at risk. If my parents and I were forced to return to El Salvador, we’d have to leave behind my 4-year-old sister and 14-year-old brother, who were born here and are U.S. citizens.
As state lawmakers contemplate reforming how the University of Maryland Medical System handles contracts with insiders, a Baltimore Sun review of other hospitals' disclosures show the practice is not rare. Only Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation dabbled in politics.
I encourage everyone to get out, volunteer, advocate and collaborate with our local organizations to help make Baltimore and it's harbor a cleaner, more enjoyable community. It's everyone's responsibility.
A Baltimore panel charged with reviewing brutality allegations is suing to force the city police department to turn over records, escalating a dispute between panel members and the city's top lawyer. The board is joined in the case by 15 people who have filed complaints against police.
To celebrate a love of reading, children with the We Cancerve Movement Inc. collected 111 new books and stuffed animals to match the main characters of each book and delivered them to area sick children March 2-4.
Kathleen P. Ruane, a career Greater Baltimore Medical Center nurse practitioner who was known for her compassion for the sick and elderly, died Saturday from cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care. She was 67.
Dr. Philip H. Moore, a retired internist and rheumatologist and former consultant to the state Disability Determination Services, died Nov. 5 of respiratory failure at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 80.
To increase access to stem cells and their use, the federal government in 2005 created public banks, including at Mercy Medical Center and St. Agnes Hospital. The banks have seen success in the units of blood collected but have struggled financially with some banks closing.
The abrupt departure of Maryland Transit Administration CEO Paul Comfort and a daytime shootout between police and a suspect aboard an MTA bus in Dundalk last week set the stage for a chaotic home stretch for the agency's revamp of the Baltimore region's entire bus system next week.