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A complex case

Every child is special. They are all unique and different in their own ways, but 6-year-old Eddy Martinson has one trait that sets him apart from most boys his age.

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A Welcoming Sight

Showing patients the way at the Sanford Cancer Center

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Never giving up

Trisha and David Dohn have been through a lot to get to where they are today, just two months away from welcoming their second son into the world.

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One simple step. One heart saved. One life improved.

“It was not a matter of ‘if’, but rather ‘when’ I would have a heart attack. The heart screen changed everything.”

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Looking for Answers

Customized monitoring room at Sanford Children’s helps develop personalized treatments for children with epilepsy.

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You Can Survive

One man’s journey from diagnosis to treatment to survivorship

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Weight loss her way

After struggling to lose the baby weight for six years, 32-year-old Amy finally found a weight loss plan that gave her success. Learn how one Fargo women lost the weight on her terms and gained a happier life.

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A Chance to Live

When Mindy delivered her twins at just 25 weeks due to complications, the NICU team at Sanford was ready. With the only maternal-fetal medicine physician in the state, the twins were in good hands.

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Screening Saves Lives

Receiving the appropriate screenings can help doctors identify abnormalities and cancer sooner, before they become a problem.

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Live lighter. Get healthier.

Dennis Halldorson had to get serious about shedding pounds – once and for all. What ignited the renewed motivation? His cardiologist.

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