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Complex surgery restores simple joy

Complex surgery restores simple joy

A year and a half ago, Jennifer started having extreme jaw and facial pain, which turned out to be a combined tooth and sinus issue.

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Woman fights Parkinson’s in the boxing ring

Woman fights Parkinson’s in the boxing ring

Peggy knew something wasn’t right when she began losing her balance.

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Student faces unexpected brain pressure before exams

Student faces unexpected brain pressure before exams

Alyssa, who is now a senior at Duquesne University, was visiting her boyfriend at another school last spring when she had a sudden seizure.

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Emergency surgery doesn’t deter MS warrior

Emergency surgery doesn’t deter MS warrior

Sarah’s first daughter’s birth was an easy delivery; but her second daughter, Lucy, was nearly born pre-term.

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Busy mom and teacher returns to running around

Busy mom and teacher returns to running around

Last June, Rochelle had just finished tidying up the first-grade classroom where she taught.

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California native finds hope in Pittsburgh procedure

California native finds hope in Pittsburgh procedure

Some people are willing to travel out of their way to see doctors who can help them.

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Early diagnosis means better MS outlook

Early diagnosis means better MS outlook

When Morgan was 15 years old, she suddenly went blind in her left eye.

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Surgery ends years of seizures

Surgery ends years of seizures

In August of 1997, Laura was with her family at Linn Run State Park sliding down natural waterslides when she hit her head on a rock.

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Intricate surgeries mend microscopic nerves

Intricate surgeries mend microscopic nerves

Four years ago, Linda was working as a part-time receptionist in the emergency room at Sharon Regional Hospital when a frequent patient with a history of dru […]

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Patience and a posse bring brain back to health

Patience and a posse bring brain back to health

Following two brain aneurysms and a stroke, Patrice was in a coma for four days and spent a month at Allegheny General Hospital as she began the long road to […]

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Athlete overcomes accident and competes again

Athlete overcomes accident and competes again

In 2013, Megan was on a long bike ride, training for a triathlon, when she suddenly hit a bump and was thrown from her bike.

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