Stanford's Dr. Keith Van Haren says about 20 cases have been identified in California in the past year and a half and they're the only ones in the U.S.
Van Haren says the five cases he studied had been vaccinated against polio. He plans to talk to the media about the illness Monday evening from Lucille Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford.
Dr. Jane Seward of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cautions that the research is still underway in California, and there are a variety of infectious diseases that can cause childhood paralysis.
The University of California says nearly $12 million has been stolen in a health care fraud scheme that targeted students through their health plans.
Sen. Ed Hernandez (D- West Covina) is once again pushing a bill that would require drug price transparency.
A preliminary study finds the Republican plan to replace the national health care overhaul would deliver a financial jolt to elderly, lower-income Californians.
U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei says, if he had to vote Monday, he would likely vote against a Republican plan to reform federal health care laws.
(AP) - Some California lawmakers want to repeal laws passed at the height of the AIDS epidemic that they say unfairly punish HIV-positive people based on outdated science.