The battles against child mortality and HIV/AIDS have seen some gains in the last five years, but the fight to combat less fashionable health issues, such as tuberculosis and non-communicable diseases, is still struggling.
The newly appointed chair of the UW School of Medicine's Department of Pediatrics will also serve as the associate dean of the UW medical school and as senior vice president/chief academic officer for Seattle Children's.
Multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that affects the nervous system, is known for widely variable symptoms and severity. A person may be totally asymptomatic or have a mildly annoying case that, in a span of years or decades, becomes brut
GeekWire Summit 2018 is a technology conference held this week at the Seattle Sheraton Hotel. The immersive,high-tech gathering brings together more than 900 inventors and developers, experts, entrepreneurs and business executives to explore th