Three-year-old Bethany, youngest U.S. recipient of a new heart device, adapts to her lifelong congenital heart condition.
Asthma, COPD, cancer. Emily Seroka struggled for decades with lung problems—but the pulmonary rehabilitation program taught her how to breathe easier through it all.
Asher Witteveen thrives despite being born with a complex congenital heart condition.
A Michigan family is forever grateful to the emergency doctor who saved their 7-year-old from a life-threatening allergic reaction to a walnut.
After a stem cell transplant to treat bone marrow cancer, Kim Granzotto is enjoying retirement—with plenty of time for travel and grandkids.
A young chlld and her family face an extremely rare and unpredictable condition.
An active 81-year-old fights prostate cancer—twice—and emerges grateful for the care and kindness he received.
Struggling against the effects of a rare lung disease, Mary Heeren undergoes a lifesaving double lung transplant and heart bypass surgery.
Physician removes Jerry Densmore's life-threatening brain blood clot in minutes with Zoom RDL device.
Facing cancer a second time, a Muskegon hairstylist wanted a treatment that would help her get back to work quickly. Minimally invasive surgery made it possible.
A national pickleball competitor and local coach bounces back with help from a cutting-edge surgery to treat atrial fibrillation.
Brenda Partee overcame her fears and underwent a stem cell transplant to treat cancer. “I feel better now than I have in four years,” she says.