Recent Media Coverage
Boston Medical Center news, features, and physicians in local and national media.
The New Trump Rule Designed To Punish Immigrants And Increase Health Costs For Everyone Else
WBUR - Dec. 17, 2018
"Nobody should have to choose between staying in this country or visiting the doctor," writes BMC's Dr. Sarah Kimball to WBUR. She joins physicians from Massachusetts General Hospital and Cambridge Health Alliance to denounce proposed changes to the public charge rule.
NPR tells the story of a BMC nurse who was denied life insurance because she carries naloxone, a medication that can save people from an opioid overdose. Michael Botticelli and Dr. Alexander Walley from our Grayken Center for Addiction denounce the practice, citing the importance of bystanders using naloxone to help save lives.
"The idea of slowing down aging, and decreasing risk for aging-related diseases, is tremendously on the minds of a large group of people,” said Dr. Thomas Perls from BMC's New England Centenarian Study. He spoke with The Boston Globe about his research into what keeps people healthier longer.
BMC was recently named one the greenest hospitals in the country by Becker's Hospital Review, which recognized our innovative Rooftop Farm and the transformation of our clinical campus.
If you missed Dr. Zoe Weinstein on Boston Sunday Review, follow the link below to listen to her full interview. Dr. Weinstein covers nearly every aspect of the opioid epidemic in Massachusetts, from stigma and naloxone distribution to the stages of addiction.
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Recent Press Releases
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