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Fay Porter, 94, is grateful to her care team at UH for the successful repair of a heart defect that helped her get back to enjoying an active life.
A bladder reconstruction known as neobladder allows a 44-year-old cancer patient to maintain both sexual function and quality of life.
Jenna Lilley went through years of hip pain and treatment for hip impingement syndrome before meeting with UH orthopedic physicians Michael Salata, MD and Robert Wetzel, MD.
Brandon West was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 11. Ten years later, he credits his UH Rainbow providers with giving him the care to help him thrive.
When Peggy Weiler was diagnosed with cervical cancer, she was relieved to find excellent cancer care only minutes away from her Vermilion home.
When Charlie was born at 24 weeks he weighed less than 2 pounds. But thanks to a dedicated NICU team and family-centered care, he grew stronger every day.
After treatment for cervical cancer, Danielle Cooper developed serious complications. Learn how the specialists at UH Urology Institute were able to help.
A groundbreaking diabetes study coordinated by UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital celebrates 40 years of impact around the world. Learn more.