It took the capping of a municipal dump and the building of a new athletics center, but Astoria now has its own new radiation center.
OPB is tracking the $1 billion quest to cure cancer at Oregon Health & Science University. In this story: How do you attract world-class researchers to Oregon for a cancer cure moonshot?
OPB is tracking Oregon Health & Science University's $1 billion quest to cure cancer. To start, a look at the underlying reality facing scientists: Cancer is actually many different diseases, and it's going to need many different cures.
Williams is known as one of Oregon's marijuana-growing capitals, but residents have raised alarms over industrialized grows they say are ruining the character of this close-knit rural community.
GOP senators complained about their party's secretive health care bill a day before its unveiling.
Two rural counties in Washington may have limited health care options next year. Insurance providers say they won't serve Grays Harbor or Klickitat counties in 2018.
The Oregon secretary of state sent an audit alert to all 90 lawmakers Wednesday warning that Oregon Health Authority may be sending as much as $37 million a month to ineligible Medicaid recipients.
Individual Oregonians who buy health insurance through Healthcare.gov may see rates jump by nearly 22 percent next year.
A group of 13 Republican senators are leading the negotiations to craft a new bill to repeal and replace most of the Affordable Care Act. Senators plan to vote by the August recess.
In TV appearances and meetings with constituents, House Republicans are highlighting parts of the law that protect consumers, while glossing over loopholes that allow insurers to avoid paying.
Virginia Garcia Memorial Health is opening new clinic despite concerns about efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Receiving the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award for his own work on health care, the former president said: "It actually doesn't take a lot of courage to aid those who are already powerful."
The bill was passed on a 217-213 vote and now goes to the Senate, where it faces an uncertain future.
Another insurance company is dropping out of Oregon’s individual health marketplace.
The president showed little interest in policy details. If he continues to focus superficially on getting a win instead of learning, Republicans warn that his priorities will continue to be derailed.
Trump is known for his negotiating in real estate and show business, and the craft of the bluff was key to his "Art of the Deal." But when this bluff was called, he did not have the cards or the votes.