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On the Move: Cancer Hasn’t Stopped Marjorie Kittle From Traveling the World
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Kittle’s journey includes two South African safaris, an Alaskan cruise and a European tour — to name a few. At 81 years old, her love for travel has allowed her to see the world in a way that few have the pleasure to experience. When her cancer diagnosis threatened to put her vacation plans on hold indefinitely, she vowed to be well enough to take a planned trip to the Polynesian islands.
For Attorney Lynn Clarke, Early Detection Made the Difference — Even During the
Monday, October 19, 2020
Bremen attorney Lynn Clarke had everything on her side to fight breast cancer — including no history of breast cancer in her family — except the COVID-19 pandemic.
Survivor Linda Stone Ensures Lake Wedowee Newcomers Find a Church, a Doctor and Get Their Annual Mammograms
Monday, October 12, 2020
Lake Wedowee realtor and breast cancer survivor Linda Stone has three questions for newcomers to the scenic east Alabama lake community: Do you have a church? Do you have a doctor? And if the newcomer is a woman, have you had your mammogram this year?
The Tests of a Lifetime, A Community of Support: Tanner Doctor Leans on Colleagues in Bout with Breast Cancer
Sunday, October 11, 2020
As a physician, nephrologist Kilsey Cuello, MD, knew that finding this lump was concerning and that she would soon be preparing an important exam — a mammogram — as soon as possible.
Blakemore Still Making Strides Years After Heart Care at Tanner
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
About two years ago, Blakemore was a Tanner Heart Care patient. Since then, he has been healthy enough to participate in a list of races, including the inaugural Carrollton Half Marathon as a relay team member and in the AJC Peachtree Road Race in Atlanta.
Caldwell Takes Control of Her MS With Tanner MS Center
Sunday, January 5, 2020
For Peggy Caldwell, going to Atlanta once a month for her doctor’s appointment and infusion was a lot more than an inconvenience.
Infusions Help Rhyne Remain Active, Despite MS
Sunday, December 22, 2019
Lila Rhyne endured a long journey even before being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), but she is glad that it’s a quick trip to the treatment she needs.
For Fessler, MS Care Was Closer than She Thought
Friday, December 20, 2019
Deborah Fessler was used to traveling to Atlanta once a month for her doctor’s appointment and infusion — but she didn’t like it.
Summerville Mom, Ayers, Gets a Grip on Her MS at Tanner
Friday, December 6, 2019
For five years, Ayers made a monthly trek from her home in northwest Georgia into Atlanta to receive her infusion. It took two and a half hours — each way — and her husband took off work to drive her.
Oxford Looks to Share His Story After Receiving Life-Saving Cardiac Care
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Barry Oxford never guessed how dangerously close he was to having one of the most devastating heart attacks that anyone can experience. But with the swift heart care he received, he’s alive today.
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