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The Koontz Center for Advanced Breast Cancer has a singular goal: improving the outcomes and quality of life for women with advanced (metastatic) breast cancer.
She's only the second person in the world to have two heart transplants and two healthy pregnancies.
Celebrating every day together
St. Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute’s Randall Thompson and colleagues published the results of an almost eight-year study this week that shows a 60 percent reduction in radiation to patients who receive a common heart scan.
Meet Bill Buckner and watch his story of the mint juleps his father once mixed and served for President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
A new program is offering hope for stroke patients who struggle with visual and motor movements.
Stroke patients who undergo neuro intervention to remove blood clots in their brain sometimes experience "miraculous," and almost instant results.
There is a new hope for patients who have primary progressive multiple sclerosis.
After living with an enlarged heart for more than 15 years, it took Nate just 16 days to receive a new heart and it came just in time. Read his story.
A mother adopts two children but didn’t know she would soon call one of those boys her special hero. The quick thinking of her new son helped save her life after suffering an aneurysm.