The four-story 103,050 square-foot Cooper Cancer Institute will be located just steps from Cooper University Hospital on the Health Sciences Campus.
Betsy Ryan, President of the New Jersey Hospital Association, says hospitals are in trouble because they aren't able to recuperate costs.
Department of Children and Families Commissioner Allison Blake says she believes the department's hotline has gotten more reports of abuse because of increased awareness.
Rob Summers, who was paralyzed in a hit-and-run crash, is participating in a treatment program through the Reeve Foundation in an attempt to help him walk again.
Dr. Colin Campbell says that the sick cow in California had an atypical form of the disease and was not meant for human consumption.
Mary O'Dowd said the state Department of Health is taking steps to ensure the medical marijuana program is run with integrity throughout New Jersey.
Gov. Chris Christie toured the Somerset Hills Learning Center this morning, where children with autism get intensive training.
Bonnie Bassler of Princeton University, who recently received the L'ORÉAL-UNESCO Award in Life Sciences, said her lab has been able to stop bacterial infections in animals by stopping communication ...
A heart transplant recipient's emotional meeting with the parents of the boy whose heart saved his life.
Ryan Miller had a heart transplant four years ago and recently met the parents of his donor. He chronicled the meeting in a three-part documentary.
Jessica Melore, the programs director for NJ Sharing Network, shares her story of organ transplant and explains the process.
April is Organ Donation Awareness Month: Dr. Mark Zucker talks about the need for more potential donors.
Walter Zahorodny of UMDNJ said the higher rates can't all be explained by increased awareness. He also worries about the changing definition of autism.
Veterans Haven North is scheduled to open in July, shortly after the closing of Hagedorn Psychiatric Hospital, the proposed site of the new facility.
Results from a study show that 25 percent of new HIV infections in the U.S. occur in women but that two thirds of the new infections occur among black women.