My Journey

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By: Madhu Thibaudeau When I was 13 years old, my mom got very sick and was in the hospital. After many days in the hospital, we found out she had a genetic disease that destroys kidney tissue function over time. The disease is called Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD).  Our family took care of her as […]

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Greenebaum Cancer Center Recognizes Compassion, Humility in Two Staff Members

January 4, 2016

Two University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center staff members were recently honored with 2015 Greenebaum Compassion Awards.  Medical assistant Heather Thomas and clinical nurse Thi Nguyen, RN, were nominated by their coworkers for exemplifying the qualities of compassion and humanitarianism while providing care for their patients. Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum, for whom the […]

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A Season of Giving at UMCH

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Vicki Slater with Shannon Joslin and Kayleigh McQuaid of Child Life For the past 10 years, Vicki and Eric Slater have decorated their house, put out drinks and desserts and invited their friends and family over for their annual holiday party. The catch? Each guest is asked to bring a toy to be donated to […]

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A Day in the Life

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Yesterday was an exceptionally exciting day at the Medical Center. Shock Trauma patients welcomed two violinists to the wing. USNA Midshipmen 1st Class Michelle de Vente and Deborah Mullen played a selection of holiday music for patients. Patients even made requests and de Vente and Mullen happily obliged. Thanks for bringing the sounds of comfort […]

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Double Listing: A Promising Option for Certain Patients

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We recently participated in Mediaplanet USA’s “Hepatitis & Liver” campaign where industry professionals and associations came together to draw attention to the importance of liver health, while highlighting hepatitis awareness, testing education, and treatment to erase the stigma and judgments attached to the disease. Dr. Rolf Barth, director of Liver Transplantation, was featured in an […]

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Paper Cranes Bring Hope to Children Fighting Cancer

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Last week, as part of a global initiative to bring hope to children fighting the battle against cancer, Tina Allen of the Liddle Kidz Foundation presented 2,000 folded origami paper cranes from Japanese children fighting cancer to the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC)’s Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Team and their patients. In Japan, cranes symbolize hope, […]

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Double Divas Visit UMMC Breast Center

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The Breast Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) welcomed two very special guests on Wednesday, September 16: Lifetime TV’s “Double Divas,” Molly Hopkins and Cynthia Decker of LiviRae Lingerie, offered their unique custom bra fittings to the women of Maryland. The event was sponsored by the Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear […]

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Governor Larry Hogan Visits the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

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“Heading to my fifth round of five-day, 24-hour chemo this morning at the University of Maryland Medical System in Baltimore. As always thank you to everyone for your prayers and support during this journey! Before my treatment I took some time to visit the brand-new, world-class Drs. Rouben and Violet Jiji Neonatal Intensive Care Unit […]

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Walkthrough of the New NICU

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The new Drs. Rouben and Violet Jiji Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has that new hospital look and feel. Everything in the space is new, from the lightbulbs to the intercoms, and smells like it just came out of the box. The Jiji NICU is almost ready to welcome its first tiny patients, but with […]

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Camp for Kids with Limb Differences

August 19, 2015

This past weekend marked the first-ever Camp Open Arms! Children with limb differences such as brachial plexus birth palsy and congenital/traumatic deformities joined us for two fun-filled days in Monkton in Northern Baltimore County. Putting on this camp was the idea of our pediatric orthopaedist, Dr. Josh Abzug. He is used to seeing patients with […]

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