Our Patients. Their Stories.
Dr. Hines is the Nicholas M. Greene Professor of Anesthesiology at the Yale Medical School and Chief of Anesthesiology at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Almost four years after a brain cancer diagnosis, Stig Hansen is back doing what he loves most.
Music enthusiast, Kevin Laski tells his story through the creation of an illustrated comic-like rock and roll movie, representing his life, memories and recurring battle with multiple myeloma.
From Andy Gluss’s perspective, weekly blood tests and regular transfusions for a blood disorder qualify him as a “frequent flyer” in Norris Cotton Cancer Center’s Hematology unit.
Anne Holmes was fortunate to find a genetic match in her sister, Katie, and undergo a successful stem cell transplant. Katie’s gift also came with a little something extra that these sisters now share.
Husband and wife, Michael and Gloria Lopez, share their story of nearly identical lung cancer diagnoses two years apart, and their love for the doctor who was there for them every step of the way.
Part of the team that produces the Our Patients. Their Stories, Kat Barrell never imagined that someday she would share her own story as an ovarian cancer patient.
Microbiologist and engineer Dick Poulin relied on science probabilities to make decisions about how to face prostate cancer, and the nature of human touch and kindness to help him through it.
In 2011, a persistent sore throat was the beginning of journey that led Gerrie Scott to Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center and a difficult diagnosis of carcinoma of the tongue.
Kerry Clifford's first interaction with Dartmouth-Hitchcock set the positive tone for every interaction she's had during her cancer treatment.