Oregon Health & Science University has come out against a move by the administration of President Donald Trump against the consideration of race in college admissions.
Updated: Friday, July 13, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.
A third person has come down with the measles in the Portland area.
A new report from the Oregon Health Authority outlines a mixed picture on hospital payments.
Multnomah County is tracking a case of measles and has notified 500 people that they might have been exposed.
There's a change at The Lund Report.
I’ve been hired as editor-in-chief, replacing Courtney Sherwood, who oversaw the website overhaul and served ably as editor-in-chief for 14 months. Courtney has decided that she wants to return to full-time reporting, her true passion.
The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust in Vancouver has handed out nearly $15 million in grants to Oregon nonprofits, including Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare.
As an emergency room researcher, Dr. Esther Choo can spend years working on projects on healthcare policy.
The rising cost of cancer care, with new drugs priced at $100,000 or more a year, worries policymakers and analysts concerned about the high healthcare bill in the United States.
Recommendations for costly new cancer drugs with potentially harmful side effects are often based on flimsy evidence, a new study says.