Tower Foundation Aids Teens with Addiction

A remarkable program offered by Lahey Health Behavioral Services offers hope to teens with substance use disorders and their families.

Cancer Survivorship Program Goes the Extra Mile

Empathy for cancer patients and their families was Dr. Krishna Gunturu’s impetus for starting Lahey’s Survivorship Program. Having lost her father to cancer when she was 15, she knows firsthand the emotional, psychological and financial effects a cancer diagnosis can have on patients and families.

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Your Impact: A Message from Laurie Paskavitz

Laurie Paskavitz is a breast cancer survivor, a mother and a Lahey employee. After her diagnosis, she learned firsthand how caring and impressive every single Lahey Health Cancer Institute caregiver is.

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“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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Grant Fulfills Veteran’s Dying Wish

“That was something my dad taught me,” LeShan said. “When people need you, you show up. And that’s what I did, because that’s what he would do for me.”

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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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