Saul Elbein

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Friend in Need

by | Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 9:40 am CST
Lori Collins in front of her house.
Environment

Crossing the Line

When the Keystone XL pipeline came through Lori Collins’ farm in Paris, Texas, she welcomed it—until her house flooded with sewage.

When the Keystone XL pipeline came through Lori Collins’ farm, she welcomed it—until her house flooded with sewage. Read More

Health Care

Licensed to Kill

What legal responsibility does a hospital have to keep a dangerous doctor from operating? Under Texas law, none.

What legal responsibility does a hospital have to keep a doctor who kills and maims his patients from operating? Under Texas law, none. Read More

Anatomy of a Tragedy

By the time the Texas Medical Board revoked his license, Christopher Duntsch had left two patients dead and four paralyzed in a series of botched surgeries. Read More

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Iron Hands Behind the Pine Curtain

I watched him being loaded into the van. The pepper spray had not been washed off; his face was swollen and contorted, with long ropes of mucus hanging from his nostrils. Read More

Health Care

Anatomy of a Tragedy

Dr. Christopher Duntsch’s patients ended up maimed and dead, but the real tragedy is that the Texas Medical Board couldn’t stop him.

By the time the Texas Medical Board revoked his license, Christopher Duntsch had left two patients dead and four paralyzed in a series of botched surgeries. Read More

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