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  • Brain cancer survivor reminds us: sometimes cancer can be beaten

    Although many lives are lost every day from one sort of cancer or another, sometimes, with the right help at the right time, cancer can be beaten. Lori Meuchel is living proof. She’s a brain cancer survivor. Her doctors don’t talk about “remission.” The term they use is “cancer free.” Meuchel’s doctors estimated that the cancer they discovered in her brain ...

  • Surviving brain cancer: Colors of Cancer participant shares her experience

    Lori Meuchel’s brain cancer story began while she was at work, six years ago in August. As a 45-year-old preschool teacher, she had just completed visiting with a set of parents. While talking with her supervisor, she went blank for about 30 seconds. He offered her a ride to the hospital. Meuchel responded, “Let me get my purse.” “I went to the hospital, signed the consent ...

  • 'Colors of Cancer' kicks off month of events

    October is Colors of Cancer month in the Bitterroot and it began in earnest last Tuesday at the Colors of Cancer “Food Truck” Lunch held in the Emergency Department parking lot at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital. Proceeds generated from this Food Truck Lunch and all other Colors of Cancer events during October are donated to the Daly Hospital foundation and matched by Marcus Daly ...

  • Colors of Cancer: Spreading hope through a grassroots approach

    Sometimes the best approach of getting anything accomplished is sharing a fine idea and then getting out of the way as people step forward to do big things. That’s what happened with the Colors of Cancer campaign. Back in 2011, folks at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital wanted to do something to raise awareness about breast cancer in the community and find a way to ensure that women could get ...

  • Colors of Cancer Campaign fundraising and awareness starts Tuesday

    This year's Colors of Cancer event will kickoff with a Food Truck Lunch from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital's Emergency Department Parking lot. Those who attend will be able to indulge in a variety of fabulous foods knowing while knowing their purchases are going to help enhance cancer services at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital. Participants ...

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  • Roll for Control

    The pelvic floor, breathing diaphragm, and abdominal muscles work together to help us maintain our balance along with bladder and bowel control. As we age or experience ...

  • Marcus Daly Balance Program

    Older individuals are more likely to have impairments resulting in balance issues and an increased risk of falling. This can result in being less independent at home and even ...

  • ASHI First Aid, CPR and AED

    This ASHI First Aid, CPR and AED is a one day class from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. It is video-based, instructor-led course that teaches students critical skills needed to ...

  • Diabetes Health Education Class

    Are you and or a loved one diabetic or pre-diabetic? You’re not alone, we want to help you better understand diabetes. On Thursday, November 21st Dr. Meredith F. Ross of ...

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