A sports broadcaster's life in 3 chapters: How the 'immature' Tim Doyle bottomed out, put the Kendall Gill fracas behind him and emerged a better man
Tim Doyle takes a break from cooking breakfast as he notices his 5-year-old son walking toward him. Joe, pretending it’s Halloween, is wearing a police officer’s uniform.“Are you a good cop, Joe?” Doyle asks. “Or do you take money from the mob?”Doyle laughs loudly enough to rattle the plates. He grins, devilishly.The sausage and eggs can wait. Laughter is the nourishment he craves, especially from others.Doyle is 6-foot-5 with an even bigger personality.His wife, Susie, works in radiation oncology at a cancer center in west suburban Warrenville.“Every time I see a patient,” she says, “I put on...
FDA says coronavirus is causing a drug shortage but won't name the drug or maker
PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is being criticized for announcing the first drug shortage caused by China’s coronavirus epidemic — without disclosing the name or maker of the drug.The Feb. 27 press release by FDA Commissioner Stephen M. Hahn, the former head of radiation oncology at the University of Pennsylvania, stressed that there are alternatives to the scarce drug, and that the agency “will do everything possible to mitigate the shortage.”But on Tuesday, the consumer advocacy organization Public Citizen sent letters to Hahn and three industry groups urging “full tran...
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