So far, only one person has had this type of treatment. And six years later, he’s considered free of HIV. The treatment on Tuesday will inject the patient with cells that are resistant to AIDS.
Updated: April 22, 2013, - 05:50 AM
By the time Gisya Rubashkin first set foot in Minnesota, she had already spent 35 years as a doctor in...
Updated: April 18, 2013, - 11:01 PM
Raymond Boyle readily admits that nagging isn’t the best way to get someone to quit smoking. But with a little...
Updated: April 15, 2013, - 09:54 AM
At the Minnesota Legislature, a proposal on expensive therapy pits desperate parents against skeptical insurers.
Updated: April 14, 2013, - 06:05 AM
Dr. Ed Ehlinger likes to point out that it wasn’t doctors, or medicine, that halted the scourge of cholera in...
Updated: April 06, 2013, - 05:51 PM
As an activist, Joel Albers has spent years campaigning for universal health care. And disparaging health insurance companies as bureaucratic...
Updated: March 23, 2013, - 09:55 PM
Four flu-related deaths were confirmed in Minnesota last week, bringing the season’s death toll to 180, the Minnesota Department of Health said Thursday. Numbers of new flu cases are tapering off.
Updated: March 21, 2013, - 07:22 PM
A Brooklyn Park woman is still being treated for aftereffects of receiving tainted-steroid shots.
Updated: March 19, 2013, - 05:39 AM
Health Department will study staff ratios and patient care.
Updated: March 15, 2013, - 11:52 PM