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Madison’s Story

Madison’s Story

The night Madison was finalizing plans to go to Texas Tech University, she was in a life-threatening car wreck. Madison would have three brain surgeries within 24 hours. From relearning her ABCs to now attending college, she and her parents thank Seton’s Level 1...

Suzanne’s Story

Suzanne’s Story

Steady As She Goes: Parkinson's Patient Finds Relief After Local, Groundbreaking Procedure “The tremors and fatigue got so bad. My arm would seize up, and ultimately, I had to quit my job.” That was the low point for Parkinson’s patient Suzanne Wyper, a...

Ken’s Story

Ken’s Story

Self-defense enthusiast Ken Jones beat a “widow maker” heart attack with expert care at UMC Brackenridge. He was 49 and in good shape. Two to three times a week for the past seven years, he practiced Krav Maga, a unique self-defense and hand-to-hand combat...

The Mortons’ Story

The Mortons’ Story

It happened in a flash. During a rainy drive from Wimberley, the next blind curve would abruptly end the Morton family’s trip. A car was coming toward them — sideways — into their lane. Behind the wheel, Zack Morton had no chance to veer from the impact....

Hunter’s Story

Hunter’s Story

After 3,500-Foot Fall, U.S. Air Force Pilot Flying High Again Thanks to Seton   Watch Hunter's Story:Make a gift to Dell Seton Medical Center to support innovative care in Central Texas:

Jennifer’s Story

Jennifer’s Story

On any given day, there is a patient on the road—someone making a journey to another city to see a physician expert. The added stress of travel and financial burden can be daunting. Jennifer Boss faced this scenario. But thanks to your giving, and Seton’s...

Amy’s Story

Amy’s Story

On a rainy day, a celebratory birthday trip turned into a devastating accident for Amy Wright, her stepdaughter Katy, and Katy’s three friends when a pickup hydroplaned into their car on Highway 71. Tragically, two of Katy’s friends died on impact. Amy and...

Gloria’s Story

Gloria’s Story

Gloria Chapa knows Austin. She loves Austin. From her first breath at University Medical Center Brackenridge to 30 years of service at UT Austin, she’s embraced her community. Now, in a unique way, her community is embracing her. Gloria is sick – the kind...

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