Leanne Joyce conceived of "Positive Impact for Kids" when she was just 12 years old. Now, at 14, she is helping kids through difficult times.
At this year's Prouty, Laurie Mintzer will support innovative cancer research that may uncover new treatments for the type of cancer she beat.
Carol was in constant pain and using crutches for 3 years. Now after her total hip replacement, Carol is playing with her grandchildren, gardening, and taking daily 2-3 mile walks with her husband.
The new surgical treatment at D-H is called auto islet cell transplantation. For patients like Jennifer Bowen, it means no more pain and no diabetes.
For someone with Stephanie's condition to be pregnant was a big deal. Only two cases had been reported in the world. Regardless of the risks, she wanted to have a baby.
Just after his second birthday, Ryland Stout was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. His short life was a lesson in love, strength and community.