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Beaumont first in U.S. to offer new system to ‘test drive’ bowel and bladder incontinence therapy

Dianne Bachman, 71, of Macomb, has had an overactive bladder and urge incontinence for more than two years. This condition hindered her once-active lifestyle. She was among the first in the nation to benefit from the new Verify Evaluation System at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak on Sept. 17.

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Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak hosts Mental Health Fair May 28

It’s a statistic many people find disturbing: one in four adults will suffer from a mental illness in any given year. And yet, with roughly 25 percent of the population affected, mental health illnesses and issues are still whispered about, or worse, not spoken about at all.

Beaumont Children’s Hospital surgical team removes rare liver tumor in Commerce Township infant

It was supposed to be a routine wellness visit. Baby Kaden, Stacy Rennie’s 9-month-old son, needed a vaccination. So routine, she decided to have her husband, Jason, take him to their pediatrician for his flu shot. Their doctor had questions about Kaden, Jason couldn’t answer. So, they called Stacy at home, not once, but twice.

Doctor Creates New Ear For Girl Attacked By Raccoon, Implants Ear In Her Forearm

Kongkrit Chaiyasate, M.D., pediatric plastic surgeon, Beaumont Children’s Hospital, has completed the first of a series of surgeries to create a new ear for 11-year-old Charlotte Ponce of Spring Lake, Mich. When she was just three-months-old, a pet raccoon attacked Charlotte in her crib. The raccoon destroyed her nose, ear and cheek.

Beaumont participates in breast cancer vaccine research study

Michigan’s only health system taking part in multicenter, multinational study to help prevent recurrence of breast cancer Researchers at Beaumont Health System are seeking volunteers for a clinical research study to test a vaccine to prevent recurrence of early stage breast cancer.

A Generous, Life-Saving Gift: Woman Donates Kidney to Close Friend

Nancy Noble wrestled with kidney disease for two decades. Medication helped keep her healthy, until her doctor told her she needed a kidney transplant. Family members were unable to donate. However, Noble’s brother’s girlfriend, Michelle Rogers, was a match.