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  • A Tradition of Giving Back

    Lynn Yu gave birth to her daughter Elysia in St. Louis while her husband, Xuguang Pang, MD, trained as a physician at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Now back in her native China, she’s found a special way to teach her daughter the importance of giving back while helping other patients going through challenging times.

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  • Wedding Gifts Make an Impact

    Elizabeth (“Lizzie”) O’Neill met her now-husband, Ted, at a West Village apartment one summer night after college. Five years later, he proposed. Though they married on the East Coast in 2017, their wedding gifts made an impact halfway across the country at The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

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  • The Fabric of Life

    Hope and gratitude are often woven into the fabric of life. After Pam Lindquist tackled cancer head on, she created a meaningful quilt for the doctor who saved her life. Meanwhile, her son, Rick, made a gift to support cancer research through The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital to help other women live healthier lives.

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  • Family First Despite MS

    Nothing stops Marci Boyer from spending time with her children, even when multiple sclerosis has tried to slow her down. Marci puts her family first with the help of two important doctors in her life. She and her husband, Martin Boyer, MD, decided to support her physician’s research through The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

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