A father’s nose. A mother’s almond-shaped eyes. A grandmother’s curly brown hair. An uncle’s dimple on the left cheek. Everyone is born with genes that they inherited from their mother and father...
After 50 years of smoking, a 5-second scan saved Karen’s life. The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 158,000 Americans will die from lung cancer in 2016. Karen Farquhar is not one of them.
“How do you train your staff and nurses to be so kind?”
I have selflessly given to the Orange Coast Foundation because it simply warms my heart and brings me joy.
Orange Coast Memorial supporters Joanne O’Heany, and her husband, Terence O’Heany, M.D., have dedicated over 55 years of their lives to the fight against cancer. Even before they met in Toronto in