The weather has been terrific here in Seattle. That doesn’t mean less rain. It means day after day of blue skies, sun, and kids running around playing. That includes my 12-year-old, Eitan, a boy fueled by testosterone.
Eitan, who my friends called as a little one, “The Humvee Baby” is a tough kid. And he’s [...]
I am a real fan of medical progress through science. Having met many drug researchers I know how it can take years and many millions of dollars to actually end up with a new, approved medicine. As you know, approval is based on clinical trials – trials where maybe a hundred or a few hundred [...]
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40-year-old Rhonda Craig of Lake Stevens, Washington is a no-baloney-type woman. Good thing. She has a tough job as a Washington State Trooper. She can find herself speeding along on a remote highway at night to pull over someone who is usually law abiding and compliant or someone who could be a deadly threat.
There are instances when I am bowled over by someone’s courage. It hits like a lightning bolt. That’s what happened the other day when I met 27-year-old Katie Moser.
Our Patient Power producers had arranged for me to record an interview with Katie. She was attending the big meeting of neurologists – the American Academy [...]