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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  • My Night with the Atlanta Braves

    By Donovan Troy, Sickle Cell Warrior and Future MLB Star Baseball has always been a big part of my life. Whether playing in the outfield, at first base or pitching, being on the field lets me forget about what happens

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  • My Night with the Atlanta Braves

    By Donovan Troy, Sickle Cell Warrior and Future MLB Star Baseball has always been a big part of my life. Whether playing in the outfield, at first base or pitching, being on the field lets me forget about what happens

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  • Comeback Athlete 2013

    By David M. Popoli, M.D., Sports Medicine Program As a physician in our Sports Medicine Program, I have the privilege of seeing many fearless young athletes come through our doors. Seeing them work hard to recover from their injuries or

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  • Comeback Athlete 2013

    By David M. Popoli, M.D., Sports Medicine Program As a physician in our Sports Medicine Program, I have the privilege of seeing many fearless young athletes come through our doors. Seeing them work hard to recover from their injuries or

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  • My Son Has Three Birthdays

    By Molly Waldrup Johnson, Kidney Donor, Proud Mom Every April, the world celebrates organ donors and the lives they save. In the Johnson house, it’s April every month. My son Billy was born with heterotaxy. Basically, his organs functioned as

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