The Texas Medical Board will meet Thursday to consider a 21st-century question: How should the state regulate doctor-patient relationships when they exist only in cyberspace and, in some cases, across state lines?
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A Wichita Falls neurosurgeon with Clinics Across Texoma is disciplined and reprimanded by the Texas Medical Board for performing escessive injections to chronic pain patients.
Women should be able to buy birth control pills over-the-counter at pharmacies without a prescription, a group of doctors says.
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After nearly 20 years as an emergency medical technician, an Archer City paramedic is now dealing with being a patient himself. Pat Bryan was paralyzed last month after a car collided with the ambulance he was inside and Mechell Dixon spoke with him to find out how his rehab is going.
After nearly 20 years as an emergency medical technician, an Archer City paramedic is now dealing with being a patient himself.
Pat Bryan was paralyzed last month after a car collided with the ambulance he was inside and Mechell Dixon spoke with him to find out how his rehab is going.
The Texas Medical Board will vote today on controversial guidelines for the state's fledgling -- and likely lucrative -- adult stem cell industry, rules some fear will lead to Texans being treated with unsafe or unproven therapies.
A 16-year-old Burkburnett teenager continues to make progress after being accidentally shot in the chest and paralyzed last year. Zach Petersen is definitely on the road to recovery.