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LEGENDARY HEALTHCARE

Siek family receives special Christmas gift

The Siek family got a special gift this Christmas - a dad who's done with cancer treatments. Chris rang the JRMC Cancer Center bell three times on Friday.
Posted On December 24, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Siek family receives special Christmas gift

The Siek family got a special gift this Christmas - a dad who is done with cancer treatments. Husband, father and grandfather Chris Siek rang the cancer center bell three times

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After chemotherapy in Jamestown, radiation in Colorado, surgery as well as other services in Bismarck, Sharon Yoder rang the JRMC Cancer Center bell.
Posted On December 4, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Yoder rings JRMC Cancer Center bell

It’s been a journey for Sharon Yoder, in the literal and figurative sense. The Colorado native received a breast cancer diagnosis in Denver 18 months ago, just weeks before she moved to

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Sherri Elliot, Bowman, N.D., noticed blood in her urine. JRMC Urologist, Dr. Robert Bates diagnosed Elliot with malignant neoplasm of the urinary bladder. Learn more at (701) 952-4878.
Posted On November 17, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Bladder cancer related to smoking and obesity

A visit to the urologist helped one woman heal her bladder. It also helped her quit smoking. Sherri Elliott, Bowdon, N.D., visited her primary care physician in February 2018 when she noticed

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With the help of JRMC Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Timothy Volk, Penny Briese walked without crutches the day after surgery on a torn meniscus and hiked Africa.
Posted On November 9, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Nurse took ‘trip of lifetime’ after torn meniscus

One nurse instructor said she couldn’t have hiked with her students in Africa without the care of her medical team after suffering from a torn meniscus. Penny Briese, Edgeley, serves as Assistant Professor

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The survival rate of testicular cancer is greater than 95%. Yet, that wasn’t the case with Tom Boerger received his diagnosis in 1993. (701) 952-4878.
Posted On November 6, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Tom Boerger shares testicular cancer journey

Testicular cancer treatment has changed over time. Today, the survival rate of testicular cancer is greater than 95%. Yet, that wasn’t the case with Tom Boerger received his diagnosis in 1993. Back

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