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Shining a Light – On Elizabeth Personius

It was November 2014 and Elizabeth Personius, 58, had just received the shock of her life: a diagnosis of lung cancer. On the verge of surgery and the journey of care that would treat her illness, Elizabeth and her husband, Ed, attended “Shine a Light on Lung Cancer,”  a new education and support program offered at the Cayuga Cancer Center. Now a year later, with a clean MRI of her lungs and no sign of cancer, Elizabeth was the guest speaker at the annual shine-a-light event. This is her story.

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Schuyler Hospital’s Free Community Walking Program Kicking Off for 10th Year

Schuyler Steps Out – the free community walking program presented by Schuyler Hospital – is back for its 10th year, kicking off next month.

Open to anyone who works or lives in Schuyler County, the program kicks off on Friday, February 26, 2016, with an opening celebration and information session.

Teams must register with the hospital by February 1, 2016, and team representatives should plan to attend the opening celebration.

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Mystery Solved, Pain Resolved

Madison Lodge is an energetic 16-year-old who never stops moving. Her whirlwind sports schedule starts each August with swim practice, shifts to basketball in November, and ends with her favorite—softball—in March.

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Gone Fishin’

It’s only March, but Kenneth Theetge, age seventy-five, is looking forward to early May, when he, his grandson, and his next-door neighbor will go fishing for muskies in Waneta Lake.

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2013 – 2015 Community Service Plan

Schuyler Hospital and Schuyler County Public Health embarked on an 18 month long process to collect data, solicit opinions, facilitate a process and guide a discussion to determine not only what the most pressing problems facing our residents are, but also what can we effectively and efficiently address.
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