Medicaid cuts have real meaning

Like millions of families around the country, my son and I paid close attention to the evolving Terri Schiavo story. Our interest went beyond morbid fascination; we had a personal stake in the political maneuvering in Florida and Washington.

At 30, Waisman Center looks to new frontiers

During the past three decades, our understanding of human development – from the womb to old age – has grown in astounding ways. We know more about the causes and consequences of developmental disability and mental retardation than we might have imagined 40 years ago when President John F. Kennedy, two days before his assassination, wired his congratulations to Professor Harry Waisman at the UW Medical School.