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JL’s Story

A State-of-the-Art Knee Replacement Will Carry Him to the Finish Line. Football, baseball, basketball, motorcross –– there weren’t many sports that JL Gurley didn’t participate in. And every one of them took its tool on his knee. On November 29, 2010, JL had his right knee surgically repaired through a procedure known as unicompartmental knee replacement. …

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William’s Story

Back from the Brink: A Love Story Continues After 34 years of marriage, Lynn Britt still refers to her husband, William, as her best friend and the love of her life. But she almost lost the active father of her children in the summer of 2008. The Britts were enjoying a beach vacation when William …

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Taylor’s Story

Saving Taylor: A Mother’s Struggle Like all mothers, Cindy Mason watched with pride as her daughter learned to sit, crawl and speak her first few words. But when little Taylor had not taken a step by 18 months, Cindy felt a sense of dread. As a medical professional at Wayne Memorial Hospital, she knew something was …

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Ron’s Story

Working For The Hospital That Saved His Life. Twice. One man’s story of unwavering pride and dedication. Family member, patient, employee. One man, three different perspectives, and one steadfast opinion – the people at Wayne Memorial Hospital really care. Ron is now a supervisor in the Food/Nutrition Department at Wayne Memorial Hospital, but his lifelong connection …

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Richard’s Story

A New Voice: A Magic Moment Imagine not being able to hear your husband’s voice for more than a year. Not hearing him say, “Good morning.” “Are you okay?” “I love you” …even though he’s right beside you. That’s what happened to Ida Adams. Ida first met her husband, Richard, in a college choir in …

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Marie’s Story

The Stories You’ve Heard About Painful Hysterectomies Are True. They’re also decades old. “I was not only terrified about the cancer, I was very worried about the pain. I’m a recovering alcoholic and reluctant to take any narcotics. Friends had said that after their hysterectomy, they needed pain medication for 2-3 weeks. That scared me.” …

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