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Surviving a stroke and regaining one’s health depend on many things. Brad Soots, an employee at Providence Children's Development Institute, suffered a severe stroke in May 2010.
Kimberly Goslin, M.D., Ph.D., eases the way for patients who have Lou Gehrig's disease.
Michelle Judson, has three young children and a husband whose job takes him out of town five days a week. She also has breast cancer. Learn how her family is fighting the disease with an army of support.
A patient shares his inspiring story of how he reversed his type 2 diabetes.
It started as a common annoyance – that feeling of water trapped in one's ear. "I know the moment very clearly," says University of Oregon physics professor John J. Toner, Ph.D., reflecting on what he came to find out was the first sign of a rare brain tumor.