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) Treating cancer is expensive. On Thursday, some of the world's top cancer specialists took an extraordinary step on behalf of their patients. They demanded that drug companies roll back their prices. Cody Anderson is alive today because of new cutting-edge therapies for a type of leukemia called CML, but bills for that medicine began to soar.
cbsnews.com — (CBS News) -- A report published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine said red meat and eggs are linked to heart disease. That's no surprise. But what is surprising in this report is why. Turns out there is something inside the human body that may trigger ill affects.
huffingtonpost.com — As board chair of Ballet Hispanico, I see firsthand the swan-like alteration that takes place in our programs. Many of our students are from under-privileged environments, but when they open our door, a palpable look of calm and excitement washes over their faces as everything else is left behind.
cbsnews.com — (CBS News) A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine says nearly 15 percent of Americans over 70 have dementia, and the yearly cost of caring for them can run $70,000. So what does that mean for families? Barbara Geake is a lifelong New Englander, fiercely self-reliant.
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