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Lynette Wilkinson

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A Donor and Recipient Meeting 3 Years in the Making

Posted by Lynette Wilkinson on May 1, 2017 4:22:59 PM

Altruistic Donor and Recipient Highlight the Impact of Organ Donation

After reading about the great need for kidney donors three years ago, software designer Matt Heard decided to do something most people would consider unconventional. He chose to altruistically donate one of his kidneys. He remarked, there isn’t much difference between my having one or two kidneys, but there’s a life and death difference between having one or none.  

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Topics: Profiles

Why are younger women getting breast cancer?

Posted by Lynette Wilkinson on Mar 23, 2017 9:24:04 AM

Younger women are getting breast cancer, but why? Is it that women are being tested earlier and do more breast self-exams? Is it genetic? Is it the environment, or perhaps lifestyle and eating habits? 

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Topics: Wellness

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Beware of the bug bite (or sting)!

If there’s one thing Texas has plenty of, it is creepy, crawling things. No matter where you look — in your garden, in your yard, in your home — odds are you’ll run across an insect or arachnid of...Read more

Spring your body forward with America’s pastime

As the days get longer and the flowers start to bloom, we know one thing is certain: Diamond sports are just around the corner. With spring comes a renewed passion for baseball and softball. From...Read more

A conversation with The Who’s Roger Daltrey: 7 life lessons

Our team at Shine magazine was blown away by the chance to interview international rock star and lead singer of The Who, Roger Daltrey. Two years ago, he came to Methodist Dallas Medical Center...Read more

A Heart For Service

Methodist Dallas’s longest-serving surgery tech can’t imagine life without helping patients and co-workers. 328 miles separates Kelly, Louisiana and Dallas, Texas, but the two places might as well be...Read more

ZIKA: Where are we now?

It has been two years since a Zika virus outbreak and its link to birth defects in Brazil made international headlines – prompting travel warnings. Since then, Zika has landed in Texas with six cases...Read more