We are well into the New Year, which means, if you’re anything like the 80% of people who give up on their New Year’s resolutions by February, you’ve probably slipped once or twice already—and not just on our slick ice earlier this month.
Carole seemed to be the picture of health. She and her husband John worked out regularly and led a full active lifestyle. Everything changed when learned she had breast cancer.
Ivie had always been healthy and energetic. So when she started to feel run down she knew something was wrong. Ivie was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer.
Gail was gardening when she started having a stroke. She was rushed to the hospital and received a lifesaving procedure that uses a catheter to pull the stroke causing clot from the brain.
Peter, a teacher, was newly married and just closed on his house when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Watch how Roper St. Francis helped him beat his cancer and start a family.
Gerry and her husband Larry were on an extended sailing trip off the coast of South Carolina when she noticed a lump in her breast. The couple docked in Charleston and called Roper St. Francis Cancer Care. Watch to learn Gerry’s diagnosis and how she is today.
On a summer’s day Alexis Beshures’ life changed forever. She suffered a spinal cord injury after the rope she was swinging on over the Edisto River snapped. Watch how the Roper Rehabilitation Hospital helped her walk again after the accident.