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Intricate surgery helps active woman walk proudly

Intricate surgery helps active woman walk proudly

Robin and her husband are active outdoors people. They hunted, fished, hiked, and rode motorcycles every chance they got.

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Mom learns how to breathe through the stress

Mom learns how to breathe through the stress

While scrolling through Facebook isn’t usually considered productive, a quick visit one day made Jamie breathe easier.

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The show must go on for young stroke survivor

The show must go on for young stroke survivor

Hillary woke one morning to the alarming realization that she couldn’t speak clearly or move the entire right side of her body.

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Foot surgery corrects misdiagnosed damage

Foot surgery corrects misdiagnosed damage

Joanne was a very active person who played golf and went to the gym regularly.

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One round of IVF, two beautiful babies

One round of IVF, two beautiful babies

For years, Kristen and her husband tried to start a family, but with no luck. Eventually Kristen saw OB/GYN Dr. […]

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Doctor loves treating patients of all ages

Doctor loves treating patients of all ages

 “I try to treat my patients as I would my own family,” Dr. Traci Wojcik, an OB-GYN in the Allegheny Health Network, says.

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Family hits baby jackpot

Family hits baby jackpot

Meredith and her husband were hoping to give their son, Max, a little brother or sister.

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Mom goes to plan B following cancer diagnosis

Mom goes to plan B following cancer diagnosis

When Maria was in her 30s, the Pittsburgh native was living and working in New Jersey. During a routine annual exam she asked her doctor for a mammogram.

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Ambulance transports tiny baby to West Penn NICU

Ambulance transports tiny baby to West Penn NICU

In 2009, Jessica went into labor when she was only 32 weeks pregnant with her second child.

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From a wheelchair to 6,000 steps a day

From a wheelchair to 6,000 steps a day

Peggy’s hip had gotten so painful that she could barely walk.

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Hope for back pain relief may be on the horizon

Hope for back pain relief may be on the horizon

For more than a decade, Michelle has been living with chronic back pain.

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