Articles for Tag: "patient story"

How one cancer survivor hopes to save lives 
How one cancer survivor hopes to save lives
Gloria’s grandmother smoked until the day she died at 105. Why she says you should heed her advice.
After being declared brain dead, a second opinion gave this man another chance at life 
After being declared brain dead, a second opinion gave this man another chance at life
Dean Fasel told his co-workers he thought his brain was bleeding. He was right.
16 weeks to live: How a year later, this man is cancer-free 
16 weeks to live: How a year later, this man is cancer-free
Mike Shrader, a first responder called to New York City in September 2001, has faced the unthinkable. But nothing could’ve prepared him for his cancer diagnosis.
What’s it like recovering from a stroke? 
What’s it like recovering from a stroke?
Bob Chesna’s sudden ischemic stroke marked the beginning of a two year journey of setbacks and triumphs.
When the caregiver becomes the patient 
When the caregiver becomes the patient
This mammography technician never dreamed she’d face breast cancer.
Making a difference – one bracelet at a time 
Making a difference – one bracelet at a time
A mother and daughter duo give strength and support to breast cancer patients.
Tiny pillows making extraordinary differences 
Tiny pillows making extraordinary differences
Read why one survivor has sewed hundreds of pillows for breast cancer patients.