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All warriors have scars. This mantra has helped 37-year-old breast cancer survivor Denise get through every day for the past two years. Read her story.
Bryan has always been active, but after white water rafting and a trip to the top of a mountain, he had trouble breathing - his first sign of a pulmonary embolism.
When you ask Shelly about the first week in October, she can’t tell you much – because she suffered cardiac arrest on Oct. 2 and didn’t wake up until Oct. 10. Read the rest of her story.
When Joyce Paputza was diagnosed with cancer, her first thoughts weren’t what you might expect. For Joyce, her first reaction was one of faith and positivity.
Sometimes the best way to heal is to create. That’s why Betty Fenn set out to create a special quilt when she was diagnosed with bladder cancer in 2014.
An active 56-year-old father and grandfather, Brad Linden never expected his life’s story would include a “beat the odds” tale of survival. On July 23, it did.
“Karen” said that she began to find comfort in having a glass of wine. Things began to spiral when she had to increase the amount she was drinking. Read more.
It was October 28, 2016, and for Sandusky natives Bonnie and Otto Kromer, what began as a typical day on their family farm would change their lives forever.
Kevin Kilgore never thought a discovery he would make while shaving one morning would completely change his life. Read this cancer patient story on Empower.
Snoring is often harmless, but in cases like Martin’s, it’s a sign of a more dangerous health problem. Read about Martin's patient experience at Firelands.
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