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Molly Gallogly, MD, PhD examines Jack Boyle at University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center

Calling Out the CAR T Troops

University Hospitals creates innovative immunotherapy onsite to help patients’ own bodies fight cancer.

Heather Sanderson smiles

CrossFit Champion Conquers Cancer

Guided by faith and focused on returning to activity, a clinical trial only available at University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center helps Berea native Heather Sanderson kick pancreatic cancer.

Lenox is smiling as he offers food to a company of parakeets

Young Patient Overcomes Paralysis Linked to Tick Bite

A 6-year-old boy experiences muscle weakness and worsening symptoms. Fortunately, quick action by his mother and the experts at UH Rainbow enables a full recovery.

Girl choosing healthy lifestyle, practicing yoga near sport equipment and vegetables

5 Ways to Improve Your Health – Starting Today

Are you hoping to live a healthier life? Most of us want to lose weight, have more energy and manage seemingly chronic health conditions without a lot of medications.

Black belt James Stuber is the owner of Karate Institute of America in Chardon

Karate Master Fights Back After Heart Attack

James Stuber had no pulse for 29 minutes after suffering a heart attack, but thanks to the care he received from the UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute team at UH Geauga Medical Center, he survived and returned to work teaching karate classes.

Jon Misner in recovery at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center

Home to Hartville

The UH Harrington Heart & Vascular team treated 66-year-old Jon Misner’s lengthy, complex heart issues.

Ellie Taliak on the soccer field

Teenage Siblings Receive Exceptional Physical Therapy Treatment

A testimonial from the family of two teenage siblings who received “exceptional physical therapy” care from University Hospitals Rehabilitation Services and Sports Medicine.

Joe Timko in his garden on a sunny day

A Rejuvenated Heart

Joe Timko figured he was just growing old, with a persistent heaviness in his chest that left him feeling sluggish. He didn’t realize he had atrial fibrillation (AFib), the most common heart rhythm disorder.

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