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Transplant Gives Iowa Man Kidney Function — and His Life — Back
Tom Henderson spent years tied to a dialysis machine. With a new kidney from an organ donor, he can look forward to many more years untethered.
Off and Running to a New, Heart-Healthy Lifestyle
A heart attack and triple bypass surgery couldn't stop Craig Gaumer from keeping a promise to his daughter.
What to expect when your husband gets his Vasectomy
Gets a peak into what to expect when your husband gets a vasectomy.
Two Weeks from Diagnosis to Surgery
Like many women, West Des Moines' Courtney Bell, 35, didn't perform the recommended monthly self-exams on her breasts. But on a Saturday morning in October 2013, something told her she should.
“Healthy” With Cancer
Like many healthy women, Janna Foels, 46, delayed having her first mammogram.
Cancer Survivor Inspires Patients in Nepal
Declared cancer-free earlier this year, Sarah Coy joined the recent Above + Beyond Cancer mission trip to Nepal – with financial support from The Iowa Clinic Healthcare Foundation.
Pregnant & Diagnosed With Colon Cancer
One woman's story of how she learned she was pregnant and suffering from odd pains.
Unusual circumstance leads to early cancer diagnosis
Breast cancer runs in Julie Dressler's family. Her grandmother had it and, two years ago, her father learned that he had it as well.
The Power of Hope & Community
One man's story and experience with The Iowa Clinic Cardiology Department.
Don't Ignore a Lump
Don't wait, early diagnosis saves lives.
Able to Eat Again!
Read how a misdiagnosis left Christine Spence unable to eat real food for years – until she talked with her physician at The Iowa Clinic.
From basic exams to surgeries, multiple approaches to breast health, General Surgeon Scott Hamling talks through The Iowa Clinic's comprehensive breast program.