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What If Your Friend is the One in Eight? How Can You Help?
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer sometime in their lifetime, and that means almost all of us will know someone who receives the diagnosis. It can be unsettling when a friend or co-worker is diagnosed. You want to do the right thing, but may wonder what[...]
Navigating through Cancer: Stacy’s Journey
Stacy Stewart was a healthy wife and mother of two—until she found out she had breast cancer. Unsure of what to do next, she went to Anne Arundel Medical Center for treatment. While there, she was assigned to Nurse Navigator Kim Stewart, RN, who helped guide her through the turbulent[...]
Innovative Surgery Cures Uncommon Hip Pain
Thirty-four-year old Jennifer da Rosa had spent several months and visited four different doctors searching for someone to cure her unexplained hip pain. “Finally, I saw Dr. Petre and he was able to diagnose it,” says the 34 year-old college instructor from Kent Island. Jennifer had an uncommon condition in[...]
Taking action by “walking the walk”
As director of engineering, Tony Kuzawinski is responsible for plant operations, maintenance and facilities. On a typical day you’ll find him running all over AAMC’s medical park campus to meetings and inspections that help ensure a safe environment of care for patients, families and employees. One day, he noticed he[...]
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