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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.
Cancer. This word is difficult. It's difficult to fight. When you're fighting the battle of your life, don’t you want to fight alongside the best team possible?
Two local women took the initiative to try and bring comfort to patients at Firelands Regional Medical Center by making Knitted Knockers and Prayer Quilts.
It’s unusual to find a hometown hospital with the expertise to treat the complex and the routine. That’s what Firelands provides to Erie County and nearby.
It is no secret that the key to fighting cancer is collaboration. No one entity can do it alone. For breast cancer, Komen is at the forefront of this fight.
Every effort adds up to impact the lives of women going through breast cancer treatment at the UH Seidman Cancer Center at Firelands Regional Medical Center.
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.
Tim Dorsey was a cancer patient at University Hospital Seidman Cancer Center at Firelands Regional Medical Center, where he conquered the disease. See his story.
It was the middle of sailing season on July 7, 2013 when Ann knew something wasn’t right. Read Ann Munafo's patient story from Firelands Regional Medical Center.
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