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In the end, it wasn’t easy for Aaron McQ to decide when to die.
The 50-year-old Seattle man — a former world traveler, triathlete and cyclist — learned he had leukemia five years ago, followed by an even grimmer diagnosis in 2016: a rare form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.
Greg Monaco worked with people experiencing psychotic episodes as a pre-commitment investigator for 30 years.
But when the Unity Center for Behavioral Health opened in Northeast Portland in February 2017, Monaco was shocked by the fear among staff and state of the patients.
Speculation has swirled for years that Moda Health, Inc. would fail or be taken over.
Now it looks as if it will be the latter.
Oregon health officials announced a new measles threat in the Portland area on Saturday.
Three months after President Donald Trump announced his blueprint to bring down drug prices, administration officials have begun putting some teeth behind the rhetoric.
Medicare pays hundreds of millions of dollars each year for prescription creams, gels and lotions made-to-order by pharmacies — mainly as pain treatments.
The Oregon Center for Public Policy, a think tank in Southwest Portland, has hired a new executive director.
Alejandro Queral will take the reins Aug. 30, after leaving his current position as director of community investments for United Way Columbia-Willamette.
Only once in more than a decade have Oregon voters been asked to weigh in on abortion.
But now, driven by three distinct developments, abortion promises to take center stage politically in a state widely regarded as the most pro-choice in the nation.
When it comes to workplace violence, hospital nurses, aides and other staff members are among the most vulnerable.