“I try to say cystic fibrosis doesn’t define my life, but in many ways it has,” says Jamie Chaulk. “It has to, because it’s such a big part of who I am.”
Having lived with Hepatitis C for a number of years, Cindy Schmuland was running out of time. She had contracted the virus from a tainted blood transfusion in the 1980s, and while her medical team ...
Sit, stand, kneel. Repeat. At Sunday morning mass those are the actions of the congregation; an age-old set of customs in which everyone participates. But for Lorraine Howard it was not possible to...
Khadija, Sara & Muhammad Abdullah
Several years ago, Muhammad and Shazia started noticing that three of their five children were having some trouble hearing. Their eldest daughter and youngest son seemed fine, but their middle thre...
Daphnee is an active 13-year-old girl from Northern Ontario, with a black belt in taekwondo and a love of sports.
One day when Daphnee was coming out of the shower, her mother Julie notice...
In February 2015, Arlene received the diagnosis that no one wants to hear: breast cancer.
Arlene lives in Smithers, BC, and first travelled to Prince George and Terrace for treatment,...