CBS 2′s Harry Porterfield introduces us to a Chicagoan who has developed a product that ensures patients take their medication.
As Chicago welcomes autumn’s crisp air, a season plump with pumpkins, ripe with fresh apples, shorter days and the return of school, we also begrudgingly play host to cold and flu season from frost until spring thaw…
This year, 213 drugs – including many life-saving medications – have been very hard to get. At least 15 deaths nationwide are being blamed on the drug shortage.
A Chicago-born and trained researcher is one of three winners of this year’s Nobel Prize in medicine.
Chicago’s Inspector General says old problems persist in the way the City orders, stores and keeps track of prescription drugs for its clinics.
Desperate patients and their doctors have been battling a recommendation to revoke approval of the breast cancer drug Avastin, a move the FDA could make before the end of the year.