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You Can Prevent Cervical Cancer

Most cervical cancers are attributed to two strains of the HPV virus – a sexually contracted disease that infects 80 percent of women by the age of 50. With preventative measures and regular screenings, most cervical cancers can be prevented.

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When You’re Ready for Baby, Sanford Women’s is Here for You

When you’re ready to welcome a baby to your life, Sanford Women’s provides preconception and genetic counseling, a variety of prenatal care options, reproductive medicine services and a range of classes to help you prepare for and manage your pregnancy.

Recurring Pain? Sanford’s Physical Therapists Are Here to Help

Physical therapists work in conjunction with Orthopedics & Sports Medicine physicians, athletic trainers and occupational therapists to help patients reduce pain, restore muscle and bone function, prevent injury and improve the quality of life after injury or illness.

Saving Justina

Six-month-old Justina Peters was quite likely to die from a rare bone disease when her Sanford Clinic Belize doctor made a connection with researchers for a new treatment that is helping her live.

Grace for the Journey

“Just slap on a little lipstick – you’ll be fine,” says cancer survivor LeAnn Ishaug. But LeAnn and her family know it takes more than lipstick to survive cancer – they’ve been doing it for 31 years.

Senior Year

Basketball, volleyball, school activities. Kasey Aune looked forward to a jam-packed senior year. So what happens when she discovers a lump on the side of her neck -- and it's cancer?

A Hunter’s Tale

“I Walk on Water” says his ice-fishing sweatshirt. But Steve Eickhoff would be the first to say several people walked on water the day he suffered a heart attack while hunting

Revolutionizing Surgical Care

A multi-disciplinary team of Sanford employees overhauled the way that knee and joint-replacement patients were prepared for and cared for after surgery.

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!