This season, in honor of the opening of the Cancer Resource Center (CRC) located at the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center, we’re looking at stories of patients who’ve shown incredible strength, perseverance and positivity in the wake of a cancer diagnosis – patients just like those who will soon have the opportunity to take advantage of
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In a month known for spooky frights and chilling scares, we might think that the only monsters to fear are the ones that go bump in the night. However, for the millions of people who struggle against mental illness, the frightening prospect of battling anxiety, depression, bi-polar disorder and a host of other conditions persists long past the
As part of our series on the benefits of philanthropy, we spoke with long-time donor John Kohne, MD, who retired from IU Health in 2014 as chief medical officer and senior vice president of Medical Quality.
Dr. Kohne and his wife, Catherine, a long-time nurse, also retired from Methodist Hospital, decided to combine their gifts and direct monies
Laura Pickett has been selected as a finalist for the 13th annual Indy’s Best and Brightest award, a program created by Junior Achievement of Central Indiana, Inc. and presented by KPMG LLP. Selected as a finalist in the Health & Life Sciences category, Pickett serves Methodist Health Foundation as director of Innovation & Development Officer.
Linda Guckenberger has the same name she’s always had. She has the same husband – Jon – who’s been her rock and her source of sanity through so much. But even though Linda might look the same on the outside, inside, she’s an entirely new person – thanks to a life-saving new set of lungs.
Linda underwent transplant surgery in 2015, and couldn’t