Ralph Lauren Center Embraces Faith in Healing

By Jamal Jordan NEW YORK—To watch someone you love—someone who was once full of vigor and life—slowly wither away is beyond painful. Far too many people have had to experience the ravages of cancer first-hand. And sadly, Gina Villani, M.D.…

Polls May Decide Health Fate of Poor

By Jamal Jordan WASHINGTON—Medicaid—which got a temporary reprieve recently from massive budget cuts—may still be placed on the chopping block again if right wing Republicans see their poll numbers increase significantly by the winter session of the Congress. Political observers…

H.J. Carter Hospital: A Milestone in Harlem

By Washington Perez NEW YORK—Faith can move mountains, and a tiny mustard seed grow into a hardy, sprawling plant. Those Biblical concepts are exemplified by the existence of the Henry J. Carter Specialty Hospital and Nursing Facility, a new, state-of-the-art…

Developers Target East Harlem Church

By Charles Fraser NEW YORK—The twenty-first century battle for Harlem is in high gear. All types of real estate developers, the small-time smooth talkers as well as the money-loaded property grabbers, are scouring the community for properties that can be…