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Slow and steady: Girl worknig to beat rare, fast-moving disease (KETV)

9/21/2017 12:49 PM | In the News

Rachael Bradshaw of Delphos, Kansas, has worked hard at the Lincoln Campus to beat a rare autoimmune disorder called Guillain-Barre syndrome.

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A new approach to concussion therapy (KOLN)

9/18/2017 9:56 AM | In the News

Tammi Daniel and her husband have 32 years of experience as over-the-road truckers. A July accident, their first ever, resulted in Tammi seeking therapy through the concussion program at the Lincoln Campus.

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Garrett McCoy making strides toward recovery (KSNT)

9/11/2017 8:07 AM | In the News

Garrett McCoy, of Lyndon, Kansas, suffered a brain aneurysm on July 6, bringing him to Madonna's Lincoln Campus for rehabilitation.

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Husker player befriends patient at Madonna (KOLN)

8/31/2017 3:35 PM | In the News

Garrett McCoy of Lyndon, Kansas, suffered a brain aneurysm lifting weights during football training on July 7. During his recovery, Nebraska football linebacker Chris Weber visited the high school senior and created an encouraging bond.

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Determined, competivite and positive (Seward Independent)

8/30/2017 8:13 AM | In the News

The Seward Independent features Dani Kitten, of Fargo, North Dakota, and her recovery from a staph infection that required surgery on her spinal cord.

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Once-paralyzed Sully Buttes freshman enjoys shining moment (Argus Leader)

8/29/2017 8:17 AM | In the News

Last year, Landon Severson, of Selby, South Dakota, was paralyzed with transverse myelitis. This year, he returned to the field and scored a touchdown.

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3 years after pool accident, former LPD officer building relationships in NW Lincoln school (Lincoln Journal Star)

8/28/2017 9:07 AM | In the News

Jerome Blowers is a shining example of determination and inspiration in regaining his independence after a paralyzing spinal cord injury in 2014. He recovered at Madonna’s Lincoln Campus and is a peer volunteer for the spinal cord injury program.

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Curling athletes visit Madonna Omaha Campus patients

8/24/2017 12:00 PM | In the News, Press Releases

On Wednesday, Aug. 23, members of the U.S. curling teams visited Madonna’s Omaha Campus, spending time in the pediatric unit and doing demonstrations for our other units.

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Life-changer: Mercy Stroke Camp provides support (The Catholic Globe)

8/24/2017 9:05 AM | In the News

Kory Alesch and Brad Collins, along with their spouses, became fast friends during their stroke recovery at Madonna’s Lincoln Campus. They are now advocates for the Mercy Hospital stroke support group.

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8-year-old brain patient sweetens rehab (KETV)

8/24/2017 9:01 AM | In the News

KETV shares how Ulises Ornelas, of Garden City, Kansas, uses his creativity to incorporate a mobile lemonade cart into his therapy at Madonna's Lincoln Campus.

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