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The way that pilot and father of five Terry Broderick describes it, his life was at cruising altitude when he learned he had stage 3 colorectal cancer. Then, soon after learning of the cancer, he got a second life-threatening diagnosis. Read Terry’s story.
Laurie Jean was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm and told that she needed open surgery. Searching for better options, she connected with neurosurgeon Geoffrey Colby to explore minimally invasive treatments. Read her story.
Conventional CT and MRI scans require patients to lie down, which can make it difficult for doctors to spot joint problems. Now, a new technology enables knees, ankles and feet to be imaged while standing.