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February 23, 2018
When he was a college student, Jeremy L. Herrmann, M.D., says his dream of becoming a heart surgeon felt like “staring up from the base of a very tall mountain.” It was a dream that began when he was a little boy.
Meet Riley Heart Surgeon Dr. Jeremy Herrmann
When he was a college student, Jeremy L. Herrmann, M.D., says his...
Why Dr. Collins is Dancing
He admits to being more comfortable in an emergency room than a...
Part of the Team: Why My Heart Belongs to Riley
By: Sandy Egerton
My daughter Audrey was born on July 6, 2017 at St. Vincent Women’s...
Cierra's TODAY Show Adventure
It was quite an unforgettable experience for Riley cancer survivor...
My Daughter, My Idol: Why One Mother’s Heart Belongs to Riley
Makenna Lembke was only 6 months old when her family almost lost her.
"Everything is Possible": A Riley kid climbs Mt. Kilimanjaro
By: Sneha Dave
I live by the fact that everything is possible unless you make it...
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