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Soccer and ballet could not wait: Teen chose surgery for cartilage repair

September 20, 2022
Six months in a cast was not appealing to Nathan Burns.

Beating Incurable: One man’s battle against cancer

September 7, 2022 Updated Sept. 16, 2022
Not so long ago, he was making sure hungry airport passengers made it to the gate with time to spare. Now he’s here in a 5-part podcast series to help other cancer patients and their families by sharing what’s he’s been through.

Helicopter paramedic is at home in the air. And managing trauma.

September 14, 2022
Despite the intensity of her job, Bethany Hart is passionate about being a flight paramedic.

How one breast cancer survivor is showing up for others

September 14, 2022
Kimmie Durham was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1997. And she's been advocating for survivors for more than 20 years.

Baby’s unbelievably rare diagnosis … and lucky break

September 7, 2022
After he was born 6 weeks premature, Hudson's family learned he had one of the rarest congenital heart diseases.

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