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end-of-life care

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  • Therapy Dogs Add a Special Touch

    Pepper, a five-year-old goldendoodle, is one of the specially-trained therapy dogs at Stieman Cancer Center tasked with bringing smiles to cancer patients, their families and staff. She was certified by the nonprofit Duo Dogs Inc., which receives community grant support from The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

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  • The Power of Scholarships

    Nik Meggos is on his way to becoming a nurse as the recipient of the Nancy Carroll Allen Scholarship, the first Goldfarb scholarship that covers total tuition and fees.

    “I was given a scholarship that helped me pursue my dream and I want to pay it forward,” Nancy says.

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  • Addiction Medicine and the Opioid Crisis

    The opioid crisis is a public health epidemic affecting thousands of families right here in St. Louis and all across our country. World-class addiction medicine experts at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine are leading the national debate on how to best tackle the problem.

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  • Defying the Lung Transplant Odds

    As a child, Randy Sims was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF), a genetic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system. Today, two decades after his double lung transplant, Randy and his beloved wife, Teresa, are celebrating his ability to beat the odds, and he’s not taking anything for granted.

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  • Finding Peace at Evelyn’s House

    Nanette Stevenson knew she needed to be an advocate for her husband, Oliver, during the year he lived in a memory care facility. But her mind was put at ease after the couple, who had been married for 44 years, settled in at Evelyn’s House.

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