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Liza Wittenburg had robotic hysterectomy and robotic hernia surgeries to fix post-pregnancy hernias. She's back to her active lifestyle.
NFL great Ed White chose Scripps to treat his aortic stenosis with a revolutionary procedure: transcatheter aortic valve replacement.
A cancer survivor continues to beat the odds after successfully having both her aortic and mitral valves replaced at Scripps.
Jung Kim needed a kidney transplant — and the right donor match — to save her life. That’s when Bonny Perkins of Montana answered her prayers.
Angela Flores was diagnosed with lung cancer, the same disease her mother fought, and now with a family of her own she is determined to be a survivor.
An attorney-turned-baker was so impressed with Scripps team approach to cancer care, she traveled from New York City to San Diego for breast cancer treatment.
After undergoing a unique treatment for chondrosarcoma at Scripps, a San Diego man is cancer-free and, against all odds, able to walk on his own.
A San Diego couple adds a pair of preemies to their growing family after receiving high-risk pregnancy care at Scripps.
Former San Diego Padres manager Bruce Bochy overcomes debilitating atrial fibrillation (Afib) after catheter ablation treatment at Scripps.
Injury brought Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza to Scripps, where physicians and rehabilitation specialists helped him recover without surgery.