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HonorHealth

Craig's Pancreatic Cancer  >

"HonorHealth gives us hope, I would advise anyone in this situation to always to be positive and not feed into your fears. Feed into your hope."

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Abrazo Health

Jeff’s AFib Treatment>

"It was such a great feeling to start using my body again – lightly of course, at first. I was ready to get back to life. I don’t handle sedentary life well. The hardest part of the journey was the mental side of the recovery, not the physical.”

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Dignity Health

Norah's Miracle Surgery  >

"I can be a normal teenager again,” says Norah, who had to re-learn to walk after the operation and missed three months of freshman classes at Walter Payton College Prep. “The thing I looked forward to the most was getting cleared to play again.”

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Banner Health

Doug's Valve Replacement   >

"After the surgery Banner sent a visiting nurse she would come about twice a week for about three weeks to see how he was doing at home. They follow up very well with their patients."

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Dignity Health

Baby Kallie's Miracle  >

"We are here today to celebrate one of our tiniest babies born in Arizona, and she's going home after 150 days,

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Barrow Neurological Institute

The Cooper's GBM Journey   >

"We moved our family from Alaska to Arizona because we knew Ian needed to be treated at a major brain tumor center. Barrow Neurological Institute treats more brain tumor patients than any other medical center in the U.S." 

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Abrazo West

Don’s Second Chance >

“The amazing trauma team at Abrazo West performed miracles, it was a grueling couple of hours before I received word from one of the medical team members that they were able to stabilize Don and would be transporting him to the ICU.” Ten days later, Don went home.

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Barrow Neurological Institute

Laura's Battle with Epilepsy >

They were able to pinpoint and just pull out a very tiny portion, no more than two teaspoons. They removed that and I have been seizure free ever since." 

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Banner Health

"I can't thank him enough. It’s incredible knowing we have folks who give us a chance," Boucher said. "I thought it was amazing how everything fell together."

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Community Champions

Tara Burns, a physician assistant at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center, recently returned from her 30th humanitarian mission to a developing country. She helped provide life-changing medical treatment to people in Zambia through Surgicorps International, a nonprofit group that offers free surgical care to those in need.

- Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center