Counseling Helping Cancer Patients To Live With The DiseaseWhile millions are raised every year for cancer research, much less comes in for the counseling of patients fighting the disease.
No Charges In Levy Case, Hopkins Doctor Suspected Of Recording PatientsA year-long criminal investigation into the Johns Hopkins gynecologist accused of recording patients during exams comes to an end.
No Charges In Case Against Hopkins OBGYN Accused Of Recording PatientsAuthorities conclude the investigation into the Johns Hopkins gynecologist suspected of recording patients during exams.
2 Plead Guilty To Stealing Patients' Personal InfoTwo women have pleaded guilty to stealing more than $990,000 in merchandise using personal information obtained from patients in medical offices where one of women worked.
Tamiflu Shortage AgainThe liquid form of the flu drug Tamiflu is in short supply.
What 'Brain-Dead' MeansWhat does it mean when doctors say a person is brain-dead?
Former Md. Hospital Technician Faces Sentencing In Hepatitis C CaseProsecutors say a traveling hospital technician who infected patients with hepatitis C through tainted syringes created a "national public health crisis" and should spend 40 years in prison, but defense attorneys argue he should get 30 years, in part because his addiction clouded his judgment.
Class Action Lawsuit Over Hopkins Gynecologist Moves ForwardIn a stunning new development, WJZ learns there may be as many as 9,000 victims of a Johns Hopkins gynecologist accused of secretly videotaping his patients during exams.
4 Charged With Stealing Patients' Personal InfoFour women have been indicted on charges of stealing more than $750,000 in merchandise using personal information obtained from patients in medical offices where two women worked.
Cosmetic Surgery Centers Face New Regulations After Liposuction DeathTough new regulations are about to hit cosmetic surgery centers. They're aimed at protecting Marylanders after a woman died after getting liposuction.
Appeals Court Affirms Md. Doctor's ConvictionsA federal appeals court has upheld the convictions of a Maryland cardiologist who implanted unnecessary heart stents in more than 100 patients.