An ancient Japanese legend vows that anyone who folds 1,000 cranes will be granted a wish.
Kayla Wilson began experiencing symptoms of GERD as a child. At 24, she’s finally free.
When Kayla looks back on 2016, she’ll remember the year for two major milestones in her life: she earned her MBA, and finally conquered GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, which had troubled her since she was a child.
Anita had a cough that even antibiotics couldn’t kill. As time went on, she began experiencing shortness of breath during daily activities.
At the MemorialCare Todd Cancer Institute at Long Beach Memorial (TCI), three oncology social workers work t
Lauren Speegle personifies the word “busy.” She’s a high school math teacher, a tutor, a cheer team advisor and a mother of two young children. With every hour of the day being filled with a task, it would be easy for her to ignore reminders of her doctor appointments. But she never does, because at just 36 years of age, Lauren is a colon cancer survivor.