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August 14, 2014
The other Texas border deployment: doctors, dentists, opticians
MISSION, Texas - For the Texas State and National Guard, Operation Lone Star is a disaster preparedness exercise. For public health experts, it is a humanitarian mission. And for Itzel, a teenage schoolgirl, it is a chance to finally get glasses so she can read textbooks. Operation...
news / nation and world
August 14, 2014 - 9:00pm
November 18, 2013
N.D. communities need more doctors
Lloyd Omdahl, Columnist In 1948, the people of North Dakota voted to levy a 1 mill statewide property tax to help fund the University of North Dakota medical center. They did it because they wanted doctors. Even though the levy was no longer necessary, they voted against repealing...
opinion / editorials
November 18, 2013 - 7:45am
June 6, 2010
Study: Radiation boosts prostate cancer survival
CHICAGO (AP) -- Doctors are reporting a key advance in treating men with cancer that has started to spread beyond the prostate: survival is significantly better if radiation is added to standard hormone treatments. Results of the study were given Sunday at a cancer conference, where...
June 6, 2010 - 11:14pm
November 24, 2009
Other views: Follow your doctors' orders
The government cannot protect us against all hazards -- and the H1N1 virus is one of them. Private sector health care providers, along with prudent safeguards by individuals and families, are much more effective than the government against disease. Concern about the H1N1 virus --...
editorials / opinion
November 24, 2009 - 7:30am
September 23, 2009
CIA torture doctors and psychologists
The fearlessly independent Physicians for Human Rights -- founded in 1986 and sharer of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997 -- has once again exposed the shameful role of doctors and psychologists throughout the CIA's torture interrogations, banned by the international Convention against...
editorials / opinion
September 23, 2009 - 7:04am
December 10, 2008
Williston seeks doctors
WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) -- In an area seeing growth from oil development, doctors are in short supply, health officials say. Williston's Mercy Medical Center clinic and the hospital itself are looking for health care professionals in family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics,...
December 10, 2008 - 12:00am
September 23, 2008
N.D. recruits doctors from other countries
GRAND FORKS (AP) -- Officials say more than 100 doctors trained in other countries have been recruited to North Dakota through a visa waiver program. Mary Amundson is an assistant professor at the University of North Dakota medical school's Center for Rural Health. She said most...
September 23, 2008 - 12:00am