Get INSPIRED to support research and innovation!

The Summer 2017 issue of Aurora Health Care Foundation’s Inspire magazine is arriving in mailboxes all over southeast Wisconsin! This issue is dedicated to the 2017 Aurora Gala. The theme of this year’s gala is Transforming Innovative Research into Extraordinary Care.  You can read more about how patient-centered research is truly a cornerstone of Aurora Health Care. Patients travel to Aurora medical centers from all over the country to get innovative and compassionate care that saves and enhances lives.

Stories that will INSPIRE you in this issue:

  • Lee’s story is one you will NOT forget. He traveled to Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, all the way from Arkansas, after numerous doctors told him they could no longer help him. He had dozens of tumors in his lungs, small intestine and brain. Read about the amazing care Lee received, how he’s doing today and how it could be a sign of what’s to come in cancer care.
  • Learn how an Aurora physician and his team came up with an innovative mapping system to treat heart arrhythmias. It could help save lives and lower costs for patients all over the world.
  • Scientists at Aurora Research Institute are studying the factors behind how and why some tumors spread to the brain. They’ve developed a new method of implantation that could offer new insight.

CLICK HERE to learn more about these stories and more! If you’d like to make a gift and support the research and innovation benefitting from this year’s Aurora Gala, go to give.

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