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It is impossible to describe how devastating it is to hear the words, “you
have cancer.” I could not believe what I heard. I am thankful that
in the midst of feeling fear and desperation, I was directed to the Cohen
Cancer Center at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.
Read Catherine's Story
When faced with a medical emergency while at my workplace, Newark Beth
Israel Medical Center was there for me. I was rushed to the Emergency
Department at The Beth after experiencing sudden, severe pain. I thought
I was having a heart attack.
Read Austin's Story
My story is not for the faint of heart. At two years old, I hit my chest
on the corner of a table in our living room. The impact caused me to pass
out and turn black and blue, sending my mother into a panic.
Read Augustine's Story
“Your baby needs open-heart surgery.” As a nurse at Newark
Beth Israel Medical Center, I have heard those words before. But, nothing
prepared me for the day those words were spoken to me.
Read Omari's Story
At just 28-years-old, I needed a heart transplant. With literally hours
left to live, my mother received the miracle phone call from Newark Beth
Israel Medical Center that saved my life. A heart was available for me.
Read Samantha's Story
No one had more confidence in the health care provided at Newark Beth Israel
Medical Center than my mother, Esther Shilling. My two brothers and I
were all born at The Beth and for more than 20 years, our mother proudly
served as a registered nurse there, assisting in the treatment of heart
patients in the Pacemaker Center.
Read Esther's Story
Read Stories from the Children's Hospital of New Jersey at Newark Beth
Israel Medical Center.
Sangay has not required cancer treatment in 5 years, something his father
Nurbu describes as a nightmare turned miracle.
Read Sangay's story
Quick action taken by Alyssa’s father and the expert care received
at our Children's Hospital enabled her to achieve a full recovery.
Read Alyssa's story
In June of 2005, Peter reached a milestone most parents take for granted---breathing
on his own.
Read Peter's story
Treated for both sickle cell disease and leukemia, today, 11-year-old
Keanu is the healthiest he has ever been.
Read Keanu's story
Vernon resident Ana Marie Presti watches intently as her son Rhett dribbles
a basketball in the school gym.
Read Rhett's story