Top CDC official tells CBS News he would not be surprised if the long-forgotten smallpox samples are still potentially lethal
Dr. Jon LaPook is chief medical correspondent at CBS News and a professor of medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center. Follow him on Twitter: @DrLaPook.
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips discuss the top medical stories of the week
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Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips discuss the week’s top medical stories
Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the week’s top medical stories including a new study on heart attack prevention and possible breakthrough in diabetes treatment
Vials of the smallpox virus were found packed away and forgotten at a research center near Washington
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Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the week’s top medical stories
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A new study suggests a way to treat women for breast cancer without jeopardizing their ability to have children. Ovaries are at increased risk of damage during chemotherapy
Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the week’s top medical news including new research on the science of aging
Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the week's top medical stories including a new study which finds that heart attacks and deaths from diabetes have dropped by more than 60 percent