And in other brief business news, Raytheon wins a $529 million contract.
Construction starts in 2016. North Campbell complex will expand to the west.
There is a genetic malfunction that causes cancer in the Ruelas family.
A closer look at Banner's proposed acquisition of the UA Health Network.
Deal touted as only way to stay competitive.
Deal to acquire two Tucson hospitals, more, is subject to regents' approval.
A year has passed since Zay’s cancer went into remission.
The suspended head of the University of Arizona’s surgery department has filed an $18.96 million notice of claim against his employers. A notice of claim precedes a lawsuit.
The dean of the University of Arizona’s College of Medicine in Tucson, who is at the center of a fierce dispute with a top surgeon, is leaving his job for a new one at UA.
A Southern Arizona ad campaign for the Affordable Care Act will be featured Thursday during a special webcast by U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
An Oro Valley company is working to move promising drug discoveries from the lab to the medical marketplace.
Cancer doesn’t care about gas prices and it won’t wait for payday.
If you want to know how handymen get hurt around the house, just ask the paramedics and the emergency room crews who patch us — er, them — up.
A homegrown Tucson technology startup that provides Web-based medical referral systems has been acquired for $11.5 million by a major health-care technology and consulting firm.
PHOENIX - If you're going to need hospital care, a new state website lets you compare among more than 100 hospitals around the state.
An 8-year-old boy was pulled from the bottom of a public swimming pool in Marana this afternoon.
A 47-year-old Tucson woman was taken to the University of Arizona Medical Center with life-threatening injuries Wednesday morning following a one-vehicle rollover crash on the west side.
La ciudad de Nogales, Sonora, le debe al Centro Médico de la Universidad de Arizona (UMC) unos 350 mil dólares.
Juliette Contreras, 11, with mother Rebecca, suffered "the worst pain of my life" when she was splashed with boiling water. Because there is now a burn program in Tucson, she didn't have to go to Phoenix for treatment.
As Juliette Contreras, 11, strained boiling water from a pot of pasta late last month, her hand slipped and a rush of scalding water hit her abdomen and legs.