Michael Walo was on vacation when he had difficulty breathing. He was admitted to the hospital, where he received unsettling news that he needed heart surgery.
As Clyde Cicotte rested comfortably on his back, a robotic arm moved slowly around him, delivering high-dose beams of radiation to a small, cancerous tumor in his prostate.
No lump in her breast. No family history of cancer. No problems with previous annual mammograms. To most, that would mean peace of mind.
New collaboration with UC Irvine Health Expands Capabilities in Stroke Care
At age 13, Gabby’s accomplishments have not come easily. The Montclair teen entered this world without a tibia, or lower leg bone, in either leg.