Medical Miracles

  • Super Parents Create "Castumes" for Son

    By Charlie Sellers, Mason”s Dad and Castume Co-Creator Two years ago, my wife Carol Ann and I were deep in the throes of planning a move to Africa for a missionary assignment. Then one visit to the pediatrician threw us

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  • Super Parents Create "Castumes" for Son

    By Charlie Sellers, Mason”s Dad and Castume Co-Creator Two years ago, my wife Carol Ann and I were deep in the throes of planning a move to Africa for a missionary assignment. Then one visit to the pediatrician threw us

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  • Pitcher with a Passion

    By Casey Nickels, Big Brother to Calli, Cancer Survivor In baseball, the starting pitcher never gets credit for a “save”—he gets the win, the loss or no decision. The save? That goes to the closer, that ninth-inning specialist waiting in

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  • Pitcher with a Passion

    By Casey Nickels, Big Brother to Calli, Cancer Survivor In baseball, the starting pitcher never gets credit for a “save”—he gets the win, the loss or no decision. The save? That goes to the closer, that ninth-inning specialist waiting in

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  • What Brings Me Back

    By Neal Boortz, Former WSB Radio Personality After more than 40 years in the radio business, I officially retired from my talk show on WSB radio earlier this year without regret. But the annual Care-a-Thon benefiting the Aflac Cancer and

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  • What Brings Me Back

    By Neal Boortz, Former WSB Radio Personality After more than 40 years in the radio business, I officially retired from my talk show on WSB radio earlier this year without regret. But the annual Care-a-Thon benefiting the Aflac Cancer and

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  • Fightin' John

    By Julie Gamull, John”s Mom It was the worst two weeks of my life. On the afternoon of Dec. 4, 2012, I took my 3-week-old son, John, to the pediatrician for a routine weight check. John had the winter sniffles

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  • Fightin' John

    By Julie Gamull, John”s Mom It was the worst two weeks of my life. On the afternoon of Dec. 4, 2012, I took my 3-week-old son, John, to the pediatrician for a routine weight check. John had the winter sniffles

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  • An Emmy for Henry

    By Jessica Kelley, Henry’s Mom “No, no I can’t help you. I just learned that my precious 4-year-old, Henry, has terminal brain cancer. I’m a complete mess. I’ve been camped out under fluorescent lights for more than three weeks. Do

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  • An Emmy for Henry

    By Jessica Kelley, Henry’s Mom “No, no I can’t help you. I just learned that my precious 4-year-old, Henry, has terminal brain cancer. I’m a complete mess. I’ve been camped out under fluorescent lights for more than three weeks. Do

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