Seeing the Patient as a Person
Caring for Our Tiniest Patients
Heather Catanese was 22 weeks pregnant with her third son, Lorenzo, when she and her husband, Anthony, received devastating news.
Gina Ciani, 40
Gina Ciani’s breast cancer was confirmed on the very same day she learned her mother’s cancer had aggressively returned. The pair started chemotherapy together two weeks later.
Heinz Binder, 83
Heinz Binder was distressed to learn the non-small cell lung cancer that first appeared six years earlier had returned.
Jeff Peshek, 55
Jeff Peshek blacked out behind the wheel of his truck after visiting a family member in the hospital. Doctors in the ER discovered two masses in his head.
Helping Our Active Patients
Less than 18 months after hip surgery, Drew Weninger triumphantly crossed the finish line in the United States Marine Corps Marathon.
Clinical Trials are Key to Survivability for Some Patients
George Miller, 63
George Miller thought he had the flu when he first went to the emergency room at UH Samaritan Medical Center last winter. UH was able to help him survive pancreatic cancer.
Using CAR-T to Battle Cancer
A revolutionary immunotherapy called CAR-T (chimeric antigen receptor T cells) is unleashing cellular soldiers in the bodies of lymphoma and leukemia patients whose cancer has stymied traditional treatments.
Collaboration and Precision Quality Care Spare Bride Her Signature Smile
Behold the radiant smile of brain tumor survivor Aly Bobulsky on her wedding day. Then, consider that only the skilled hands of experienced surgeons ensured it was even possible for this beautiful bride to convey her joy on this momentous occasion.