Teen Cancer Patients Connect Through Music PKG

CLEVELAND – It was music that first brought them together, now their bond is unbreakable. “Aidan is like my best friend now, I couldn’t ask for more,” said Marco Kaiser, who became friends with Aidan Comer while going through cancer treatment at Cleveland Clinic Children’s. Marco has been battling leukemia since 2016 and Aidan was … Read More

Dad’s Kidney Cancer Found During Annual Physical PKG

CLEVELAND – Every year in September, Bill Cosgrove schedules his annual physical. But, last year he decided to postpone the exam. He said he felt fine at the time and thought it could wait. “I felt nothing was changing that I procrastinated a little bit because of COVID-19, something you shouldn’t do I learned,” said … Read More

A Mother’s Love Lives On After Uterus Transplant PKG

CLEVELAND – At sixteen years old, Amanda Gruendell, of Syracuse, Utah, learned she didn’t have a uterus and couldn’t carry a child. “I always wanted a family. So that was the most devastating thing that I could ever imagine,” she said. About one in 500 women are affected by uterine factor infertility, a condition making … Read More

Returning to the Office after Working from Home PKG

CLEVELAND – As COVID-19 restrictions continue to scale back, some people may start to feel anxious — which Cleveland Clinic psychologist Susan Albers, PsyD, said is normal. “There is a wide range of emotion. Some people are very excited and others are very nervous. In some ways, it relates to your ability to adjust to … Read More