FDA Approves First Pill To Treat All Forms Of Hepatitis CFederal health officials have approved the first pill to treat all major forms of hepatitis C, the latest in a series of drug approvals that have reshaped treatment of the liver-destroying virus.
Family Fights Medicaid To Cover Surgery For 4-Month-OldChasity McVay tries to document the littlest details of her daughter’s life. She said, "I try to document funny little things, so I don’t forget.” McVay isn't sure how much time her child has left.
Formerly Conjoined Twins Leave Dallas Hospital For In-Patient RehabFor the first time in their young lives a set of 9-month-old twins left a Dallas hospital. Brothers Emmett and Owen Ezell have had a tough road since birth. They were born conjoined, but left the hospital as separate little boys.
FDA Approves New Drug To Treat Hepatitis CThe Federal Drug Administration has approved a new drug to treat hepatitis C.
Special Car Seat Helps Texas Baby Go Home From NICUAudrey Carreno has been in a North Texas NICU since she was born, 53 days ago. She was born with her major organs outside her body. The family has had to wait an extra long time because Audrey needed a special car seat to protect her.
Texans With Character: Kurk GayleKurk Gayle's daughter, only a toddler at the time, was diagnosed with a rare but aggressive liver cancer. After weeks of wrangling over how to treat her, doctors finally arrived at a revolutionary option.
First Living Liver Donation In A Decade At Baylor A SuccessDana Pack spent so many years feeling bad while dealing with debilitating, energy-draining abdominal pain, that she’d forgotten what it was like to feel good.
Slain Man's Mother Promotes Organ DonationA mother of a son who was killed by a drunken driver is urging more Americans to donate their organs –– her son has saved lives, even in death.
Many Parents Confused By Changes In Children's MedicineChanges to children's cold medicine may confuse some parents. Doctors and the FDA are warning parents to read the labels on liquid acetaminophen, or Tylenol, to avoid giving children the wrong dose.
More Texans Signing Up To Become Organ Donors