Charity Lecture Highlights Doctor’s Fight Against Gun Violence

The American College of Physicians calls such pervasive gun violence “a public health crisis.” For many, it’s a political issue. But some doctors, including Megan Ranney, MD, MPH, FACEP, believe it’s actually a problem the medical community can solve.

“My Extended Life”

Dr. Rabinowitz treated Joan for 15 years, performing two stem cell transplants that the Natick resident credited with prolonging her life. Chronicling the days after her transplants in a blog called My Extended Life, she posted this in 2009: “I am grateful and need to say LIFE IS GOOD.”

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Heart Patient Pays it Forward

A minimally invasive heart procedure at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center saved Win Priem’s life. He was so grateful that he and his wife, Susan, made a gift of $100,000, so more cardiac patients can benefit from the same treatment he received.

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New Hampshire Team Honors Mother, Wife

Judy Lamarre’s caregivers at the Sophia Gordon Cancer Center treated her like family, and now that she is gone, family and supporters are raising funds to ensure that others have the same experience Judy did.

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Gift Helps Hospital Go Green

A conservation-minded Lexington couple gave the hospital $1.7 million for an important conservation initiative that will save $2.3 million and reduce Lahey’s carbon footprint.

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The Harpley Fund: A Legacy of Caring and Giving

A fund established by Betsy Harpley in 1992 has grown to more than $1.3 million, allowing Lahey Hospital & Medical Center to award grants to patients who need help paying for end-of-life care in home or hospice.

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