National Institutes of Health News

Rauner must think twice before signing dangerous 5G 'small cell' wireless bill

By The Madison County Record | Apr 10, 2018

The impact of Fifth Generation (5G) small cell wireless facility bills becoming law will mean: it does not matter who you are, how affluent you are, where you live, or who you know in "high places," a cell tower can soon be looming in your front yard.

Why Medical Malpractice Reform is Off Limits

By Philip K. Howard | Oct 4, 2009

(Editor's note: This commentary first appeared in the Wall Street Journal Sept. 29. It is reprinted with Mr. Howard's permission).

Witness for the prostitution

By The Madison County Record | Aug 23, 2009

If a legislator who's a lawyer helps pass legislation that leads to more business for him or his firm, that's not fair. Correct?

Alton woman claims unnecessary drug led to need for liver transplant

By Steve Gonzalez | May 6, 2008

An Alton woman filed a medical malpractice complaint against Robert Bruce, M.D., and the Madison County Health Department alleging she was treated with an unnecessary drug which led to the need for a liver transplant.

Cut the crap

By Evelyn Pringle | Aug 6, 2005

In their public statements, officials within the FDA and CDC, are always claiming that researchers and scientists who conduct studies, not funded by drug companies or the government, are making unfounded

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