Medical Correspondent, CBS News
Chief Medical Correspondent, CBS Evening News. Clinical Professor of Medicine, Columbia University Medical Center. Happily married father of two
cbsnews.com — (CBS News) There are almost 400,000 survivors of childhood cancer in the United States and most are expected to live until adulthood. But toxic treatment comes with a price, including serious medical problems for most patients years down the road. Now the most comprehensive study of its kind has found that many problems go undetected.
cbsnews.com — (CBS News) In Philadelphia Wednesday, a federal judge cleared the way for a dying girl to get a lung transplant that could save her life. Ten-year-old Sarah Murnaghan has end-stage cystic fibrosis. Doctors at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia told her mother Janet that a lung transplant is her only chance of survival.
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