Monthly Archives: April 2009

Member Story – Janeen Ryan

When Janeen walked into Larry Ryan’s office for an interview at sundown, with her bright red hair, he thought it was a “bright, glowing angel” standing in the doorway. “He kicked the guy who was with him out of the office. He didn’t even know why I was there!” says Janeen. The pair spent the next two and a half hours talking about life, kids, hobbies and love—everything but a job. Larry had four kids, Janeen had two.

By |2012-11-06T12:42:10-05:00April 13th, 2009|Member Stories|

Community hospitals vs. cancer centers: should the patient be informed of the risks?

In a January New York Times article, “Should Patients Be Told of Better Care Elsewhere,” the author, Denise Grady, discusses a friend who was diagnosed with rectal cancer and needed surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. The friend consulted [...]

By |2019-12-30T09:06:46-05:00April 1st, 2009|News|
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