Taylynn was born 14 weeks early. This led to a lifelong journey with cerebral palsy.
Richard was diagnosed with lymphoma. The groundbreaking new CAR T-Cell therapy was his last option to live a cancer-free life.
As an inpatient at St. Peter’s Hospital during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Joan never felt concerned for her safety in the face of the virus.
The very sight of food made him feel sick to his stomach. Scott from Niagara Falls was at a family gathering in August 2013 when the nausea and the pain in his lower left side began.
Cooper’s CT scan showed a large tumour on the right side of his brain. He was immediately transferred to McMaster Children’s Hospital for urgent surgery.
The shortness of breath became more frequent and her heart rate spiked without warning. In 2016, activities like climbing stairs and carrying a laundry basket grew increasingly difficult for Wendy from Haldimand County.
Talat from Hamilton began to feel anxious and shaky around other people. He grew increasingly stressed at school and he began to worry incessantly about what his teachers were thinking about him.
Shelley Wickenheiser regularly competes in Ironman triathlons, which are regarded as one of the most difficult races in the world. But on one sunny day in September 2018, Shelley’s future in sports was jeopardized when she was struck by a car while riding her bicycle.
Captain Charles Madder of the Hamilton Fire Department arrived at the top of the gorge with fellow members of the High Angle Rope Rescue team in July 2019. What started as a search-and-rescue mission quickly turned into a life-threatening situation for Charles himself.
As the Manager of Research Development & Relations at Hamilton Health Sciences, Daniela Bianco is well acquainted with the leading-edge work conducted across the hospital sites. But in July 2018, she experienced this exceptional level of care for the first time as a patient.