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.”
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.”
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."
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.
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."
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