Targeted SIRT Treatment for Inoperable Liver Cancer Spells Success
I am able to see another spring because I was lucky enough to be in the care of such an extraordinary medical facility.
Robotic Pancreatectomy: High Tech Care with the Human Touch Spells Success for Patient with Rare Tumor
It was luck, fate or divine intervention that guided me to the University of Maryland Medical Center.
Robot-Assisted Pancreatectomy Speeds Recovery Time for Busy Nurse
I became a patient at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) because I had an incidental finding from a CAT scan at Upper Chesapeake Health (UCH).
Stomach Cancer Survivor Running Maryland Half Marathon to Support UMGCC
Two years ago, Carl Womack was diagnosed with a rare form of abdominal cancer...
Innovative Therapy, Aggressive Treatment Benefit Woman with Rare Form of Gastrointestinal Cancer
One day last March, 58-year-old Charlene Jordan found herself in the emergency room of a local hospital with severe stomach pain. ...
Only Months Before Maryland Half Marathon, Runner Steve Berry Receives Colon Cancer Diagnosis
It is the day before my surgery for colon cancer, and as I reflect on the last few months, I am amazed by how things sometimes seem to fall into place.
Compassionate Care Allows Cancer Patient to Focus on Healing
I am a cancer survivor due to the remarkable care and
innovative treatment I received at the University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center.