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Foundation Patient Stories

A High-tech Solution

Seventeen-year-old Austin Dossett needed spinal surgery to prevent a future that involved life in a wheelchair. A new high-tech imaging system allowed this high school athlete to treat his scoliosis and get back to the sports he loves.

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Day of Champions

So small and so sick, Jack and Joe Gould spent their first months in the Sanford Children’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Today these healthy, fun kindergartners take the stage as 2012 North Dakota Children’s Miracle Network champions!

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Turn Your Radio On

What do you get when you combine three cool DJs, one important cause and a limitless spirit of giving? Rewind the 2011 “61for61” radiothon -- and feel the love.

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Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Announced

Edith Sanford Breast Cancer will pioneer the future of breast cancer care and research. We will connect and mobilize women to participate in research. We will decode the genetic make-up of every woman and work to evaluate each woman's risk, identify best treatments and ultimately end breast cancer.

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Shyness and Smiles

An accidental gunshot victim -- and just 3 years old. What happened? What helped Laine Nicholls from Devils Lake, N.D., survive? Introducing our 2011 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Champion!

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The Return of Smiling Eyes

You’d never know it by watching him today, but at age 3, Lincoln Deibert could barely function -- no facial expressions, no talking, no walking. See how pediatric therapy turned his life around!

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A Woman Knows...

Marsha Holman knew she needed surgery to remove a large uterine fibroid. But she wasn't quite ready for a hysterectomy or a lengthy recovery. Welcome to the world of robotic OB/GYN surgery!

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