Liz Kowalczyk

Kowalczyk covers healthcare and medicine for the Globe, including treatment and cost trends in hospitals and physicians’ practices. She is a graduate of Cornell University, and has worked for the Globe since 2000. She was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2013 as part of a team for national reporting.

Latest stories

Mass. General in talks to build hospital in China

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The move comes as China struggles to meet growing demand from its 1.4 billion citizens for top-quality medical care.

Children’s Hospital probes link between enterovirus, paralysis

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The hospital is treating four children with muscle weakness or paralysis that began soon after they were sickened by the virus.

Four children treated for muscle weakness, paralysis at hospital

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Officials at Boston Children’s Hospital are investigating whether the culprit might be enterovirus.

Canton man tied to tainted medicine arrested at Logan

By , and , Globe Staff

Glenn Adam Chin, a supervising pharmacist at the New England Compounding Center, was trying to board a plane to Hong Kong, officials said.