September 4, 2013
A new federal study suggests that nearly one-quarter of all deaths related to heart disease and stroke annually could be prevented by expanding prevention efforts and treatment options.
It took the Texas Medical Board more than a year to stop Christopher Duntsch, despite vocal complaints from physicians who called Duntsch "the worst doctor I've ever seen." Journalist Saul Elbein explains why.
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