Healing Comfort for Breast Cancer Patient

Elma Courtenay was treated for Breast Cancer at the DeCesaris Cancer Institute. She says just knowing she was in the best hands possible » read more

Fertility Center Guides Parents through High Risk Pregnancy

When Julie Hubbard developed Type I (adult-onset) diabetes, she had been preparing for an in vitro fertilization (IVF) and hoping to become pregnant. » read more

Faith and Quality Care for Breast Cancer


The diagnosis of breast cancer sent Deborah Cottrell on a whirlwind journey through chemotherapy, surgery and radiation therapy. But, she says her faith, » read more

One Doctor’s Commitment to Community Health


Caring for patients and practicing medicine became a passionate personal commitment for Charles Kinzer, MD. So, when the doctor, retired from his primary » read more

Comfort, every step of the way

When Amber Blose was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of breast cancer, barely a year had passed since the loss of her » read more

Video Assisted Surgery for Lung Cancer


When Carol Thomas learned she needed surgery to treat her lung cancer, she imagined the surgery would involve major incisions across her chest » read more

Great Care and Early Detection Makes the Difference

At the first sign of illness, many people,—men in particular—say to themselves, “It’s nothing, I’ll be fine.” Not so for lung-cancer survivor Jim » read more

When Denial Leads to a Close Call


Forty-six-year-old Wayne Gebelein still plays lacrosse on the 35-and-over league. He’s just not ready to move up with the 45-and-over crowd. “I’m a » read more

Hip Pain Doesn’t Have to Be Forever

Bobbie Kesecker had been living with chronic pain and catching in her hips for at least ten years. Doctors had told her there » read more

In It to Win It. RAPP Program Detects Early Breast Cancer

Annie SmithJones

Annie Smith-Jones knew her family history with breast cancer—mother, grandmother and aunt—meant she had a much greater than average chance of being diagnosed » read more

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