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Read how Jamila Headley, a Saint Michael's graduate, was treated at The University of Vermont Medical Center for transverse myelitis.

See why snowboard pioneer Jake Burton chose to stay close to home for cancer treatment

Learn about Yelena's kidney transplant experience at the UVM Medical Center.

New “Mother Baby Unit” Named for Longtime Hospital Supporters Glen and Rosemarie Wright

On July 8, a dedication ceremony and reception was held to celebrate the renovation of the UVM Cancer Center's reception area and to dedicate a triptych painting in memory of Margaret Coates. Over one hundred people crowded into the reception area to witness the dedication and to hear remarks by UVM Cancer Center leadership and staff on the improvements and the impact for patients and caregivers.

Though John Evans, PhD, and Jenna Page, MSN, RN, OCN, didn't meet until recently, they've shared a special connection for years. Before Evans' wife, Ellen Seuss Evans, died of cancer in 1998, they discussed establishing an endowment to the UVM Medical Center in her name. But it wasn't an endowment for physicians. Ellen made it clear that her endowment would support those who were there for her most as she struggled with cancer: nurses.

Read how Debbie Short, of Essex Junction, V.T., was treated at The University of Vermont Medical Center for a brain tumor.

Read about the aortic valve replacement and a double coronary artery bypass graft procedure that Stan Haggett had performed at The University of Vermont Medical Center.

Read how Roland Brousseau, of Winooski, V.T., was treated at The University of Vermont Medical Center for carotid artery disease.

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