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Anne Naito-Campbell felt appalled when a judge ruled that the man who allegedly sexually assaulted her daughter was not guilty. She had seen the bruises on her daughter. She had watched her struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Apr 5 2019

The Oregon College of Oriental Medicine Board of Trustees is pleased to announce Sherri L. Green, PhD as OCOM's fifth president and chief executive officer. She succeeds Interim President Bill McCrae in the position. In reflecting on her new role, Dr.

Apr 5 2019

As measles outbreaks continue in the Northwest and across the nation, newly revealed health records from Oregon suggest it’s surprisingly easy to opt out of required vaccinations in that state — as in several others.

Apr 4 2019
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Hundreds of Oregon House and Senate bills quietly died last week, with the March 29 deadline passing for legislation to be scheduled for a work session or get shelved.

Apr 3 2019

While many Americans struggle to afford their prescription drugs, OSPIRG Foundation’s survey of retail prices of commonly prescribed medications found patients can save hundreds, even thousands of dollars in some cases by shopping around at pharmacies within their communities.

Apr 3 2019

Lawmakers have advanced a health care cost containment plan seeking to hold private insurance cost growth in Oregon to the same rates as public employee and Medicaid plans.

Apr 3 2019

One point drew clear agreement Tuesday during a House subcommittee hearing: When it comes to the problem of surprise medical bills, the solution must protect patients — not demand that they be great negotiators.

Apr 3 2019

The plant that adds flavor, color and bitterness to beer also produces a primary compound that thwarts cancer cells, and two important derivatives of the compound do as well, new research at Oregon State University shows.

Apr 2 2019

A former Multnomah County employee is suing the county and a psychiatric emergency center that the state investigated last summer after several patients died, suffered sexual abuse or were exposed to hazardous conditions.

Apr 2 2019

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