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"While we don't know you, we knew your heart, and it is a heart of love, compassion and caring."
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Dr. Louis Gerbino wasn't happy about having surgery, but Methodist Hospital nurse Allie made all the difference.
When Methodist Hospital staff learned their patient would celebrate 68 years with his wife during his hospital stay, they worked to make the day extraordinary.
Peggy Cox's group of friends show up at Race for the Cure 2017 to support everyone affected. They make sure they are sharing the message with all their grandchildren as well.
Two years ago, Randy Bueltel said goodbye to the love of his life, Donna. She lived and fought for two years before succumbing to breast cancer. It was a journey that began with a self-examination.
If you ask Candi what her day looked like before she changed her lifestyle, you’d notice a pattern. Poor diet and a lack of exercise or willpower. Read how she made a commitment to change all that.
Once again, Methodist welcomed attendees of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure to sign a banner to honor and encourage survivors of breast cancer.
Catch breast cancer early, and today, the chances of surviving breast cancer are extremely high. Finding it is the job of a quick, simple and very important test. The mammogram is the best way to detect even the earliest breast cancers.