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Weight Lost, New Life Gained
Weighing 255 pounds when she entered the Comprehensive Adult Weight Management Program at Baystate Medical Center, Amy now weighs 143 pounds. But...
Evan Bard's Legacy Helps Brings Families Closer
Transcending grief to keep Angel Eyes on Davis NICU babies
Patient Grateful for Diagnosis and Specialized Treatment for Rare Genetic Condition
Since her teens, Cheryl Sacks battled a litany of health issues, including heart and gastrointestinal problems. But despite seeing specialists at...
Peter Guyette is on a mission for a new lung
It all began for Peter Guyette when he noticed he was getting more winded than usual when walking upstairs.
Patient Recognizes Wife's Caregivers with a Gift from His Heart (Video)
Bill Beaudry's wife battled pancreatic cancer for two years with caregivers at the D'Amour Center for Cancer Care. When she passed away, Bill...
Skeptical Patient Convinced: Lung Cancer Screening Saves Lives
Teddy Papoutsakis didn't see the need to get a lung cancer screening, even though he met the criteria. He felt fine. But his doctor finally...
Leukemia patient Michelle Bail celebrates four years cancer free
Michelle Bail never thought she would be fighting for her life five years ago during the holiday season.
David Manning Not Letting COPD Slow Him Down
David Manning, 66, fights the effects of COPD with help from Baystate's medically supervised pulmonary rehabilitation program.
Springfield preemie goes home just in time for the holiday
Johnalee Lopez was born at Baystate Medical Center on August 22, three months ahead of schedule. She was originally due the week of Thanksgiving on...
Robert Bowse Back in Action Thanks to Shoulder Surgery, Times Two
Robert Bowse is an active guy. When he injured his shoulder, he was afraid he'd have to cut back, but surgery got him back in the game. Then he...