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  • First cancer center opens on Native American reservation

    TUBA CITY, Ariz. (AP) — Colon cancer took a heavy toll on Loren McCabe’s family. His great-grandmother was diagnosed too late to fight it. His grandfather didn’t want to travel for treatment because he felt better protected within the Navajo Nation’s four sacred mountains. McCabe’s mother died, too, after choosing treatment so she could see […]
  • Bayless Healthcare to open South Mountain clinic expansion

    Bayless Integrated Healthcare announced plans last week to open its 6,000-square-foot South Mountain clinic expansion next month. 
  • Scottsdale sales rep in fentanyl kickback scheme avoids prison

    A sales representative for a Chandler-based drugmaker that prosecutors said schemed to bribe doctors to prescribe its highly addictive fentanyl spray has avoided prison.
  • Arizona physicians taking new course on opioid prescription guidelines

    As opioid laws began to change following the Governor's emergency declaration in 2017,a course was developed to help physicians understand the new rules.
  • Tempe woman retiring after 57 years of hospital volunteer work

    After more than half a century of hospital volunteer work in the East Valley, a Tempe woman is about to serve her final shift.
  • Phoenix researchers delve into early symptoms of Alzheimer’s

    Individuals with a family history of Alzheimer’s disease could experience changes in memory performance as early as their twenties.
  • Health watch for ozone issued Sunday for metro Phoenix

    A health watch has been issued Sunday for metro Phoenix because ozone levels are expected to approach the federal health standard.
  • Thunderbirds make $400,000 donation to Phoenix Children’s Hospital

    Phoenix Children’s Hospital received an donation of $400,000 from the hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open golf tournament.
  • New Arizona law aimed at preventing maternal deaths

    Arriana's Law requires the state to appoint a committee that will collect information on the causes of maternal deaths and make recommendations.
  • Arizona health department official explains how state is fighting opioids

    The assistant director of the Arizona Department of Health Services says the state saw about 1,000 deaths due to opioids last year.